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Good Samaritan Hospital

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  • Cardiac imaging
  • CT Imaging
  • Imaging and radiology
  • Mammography
  • MRI
  • Ultrasound
  • X-Ray

Our imaging services help doctors see inside your body and diagnose health problems. They also help plan, guide, and monitor your treatment. Imaging services use advanced technology to show the structure and function of your organs, tissues, and vessels. They can detect abnormalities that may affect your health and well-being. Imaging services are performed by trained professionals who communicate with your medical team. They are essential for quality health care and patient safety.

Our imaging specialists provide fast, accurate and reliable results 24/7, so you and your doctor can begin discussing a care plan without delay

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Preventative care

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Our advanced 3D mammography services provide you with precise results for early detection and accurate diagnosis of breast health conditions — so you can get to treatment and recovery faster.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to common questions about our Imaging services

Your doctor will collaborate with our expert imaging specialists to interpret your results and will talk with you about what they mean. As a Intermountain Health patient, you can view your results through the patient portal. Download our Intermountain Health app or click the Sign In link at top right corner of this page.

Please call the hospital to reschedule to a better appointment time.

The preparation for medical imaging exams depends on the type of exam and the body part being examined. Some general tips are:

  • Eat normally and take your usual medications, unless otherwise instructed by your doctor or the imaging specialist
  • Remove any metal objects, such as jewelry, glasses, dentures, or hearing aids, that might interfere with the magnetic field or the images
  • Wear comfortable and loose-fitting clothing, or change into a hospital gown if required
  • Inform your doctor or the imaging staff if you have any allergies, medical conditions, implants, or devices that may affect the exam. For example, you may need to have blood tests or stop taking certain medications before a procedure in interventional radiology5, or you may need to have special precautions if you have a pacemaker or metal implants before an MRI exam

Our experienced doctors, nurses and imaging technologists treat you with courtesy and respect in a safe and friendly environment. We’ll take time to answer your questions and make sure you’re comfortable with your procedure, especially if you are anxious, claustrophobic or have special needs.

Senior woman talking to a doctor with an MRI machine in the background

Our accreditation by the American College of Radiology means we meet or exceed the highest standards in patient care, safety and outcomes. We work to achieve the lowest doses of radiation possible, with your safety in mind

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