Orem Community Hospital Imaging Services provide basic outpatient imaging services using the highest levels of radiology care. We are recognized for easy access and same-day service for most procedures. Using advanced imaging technology, we play an important role in helping your physician understand what's happening inside your body.

Orem Imaging Center Joins Our Imaging Services Team

The new Intermountain Orem Imaging Center, formerly known as Utah Valley Imaging, became part of our imaging services in April 2017. The new location provides Open MRI and Interventional Radiology and pain procedures.

Our Services


Bone Density/DEXA Scan

DEXA scans provide information about your bone density and future predictability of a fracture. You will need a physician referral for a DEXA-bone density exam.

Schedule an Exam


Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

What to Expect

  • Please check in at the front lobby of Orem Community Hospital 15 minutes before your scan time to complete paperwork.
  • Please bring your insurance card and photo I.D. to your appointment.
  • Prior to the procedure, you will change into a pajama pant free from snaps, metal or zippers. Please do not wear spandex.
  • The scanning procedure generally takes about 20-30 minutes, during which time you will remain motionless, except for breathing.
  • You will generally receive your scan results from your referring provider. You may request the results in person or set up a "My Health Account" on the Select Health website. The registrar can assist you with this process.

CT Scan

We provide high-resolution, whole-body CT imaging services in a low-stress environment. We offer same-day appointments and work with you to find a time that is convenient for your schedule. Our state-of-the-art 64-slice CT scanner has high-speed scanning capabilities to scan from head to thighs in a matter of seconds.

Schedule an Exam

Phone Same-Day Appointments: (801) 714-3332
Phone Future Appointments: (801) 357-1170

Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

What to Expect

  • Please bring photo ID, insurance information, and a written order for the procedure (if given a paper prescription) to your appointment.
  • Please check in at the registration desks in the hospital main lobby.
  • Depending on the exam ordered, you may be given oral and/or IV contrast.
  • Before beginning the exam process, you will be provided with some education, and an opportunity to ask questions. We want to make sure we address and resolve any concerns and worries you may have about the exam.
  • You may be asked to change into clothing appropriate for the exam.
  • The length of the exam will vary depending on the exam ordered, and ranges from 20-120 minutes.
  • Following your exam, you will be instructed on when, where, and how to receive exam results.
  • Results may be requested in-person with a photo ID, or through your MyHealth account.


We specialize in most diagnostic sonographic exams other than cardiac and specialty vascular exams, which are performed in the Cardiology lab at nearby Utah Valley Hospital. With a combined 150 years of experience, our Board Registered technicians are certified in an array of specialties, to provide professional sonographic evaluation and prompt results to your physician.

Common Ultrasounds

  • Abdominal ultrasound
  • Thyroid ultrasound
  • OB/GYN ultrasound
  • Vascular ultrasound

Schedule an Exam


Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.

What to Expect

  • Much like a prescription, exams cannot be performed without an order from your provider. Your provider will work with you to schedule an appointment, or provide you with instructions on how to schedule an exam with us.
  • Please bring photo ID, your insurance card, and the order for from your provider to your appointment.
  • There are specific preps for many of our ultrasound exams. These instructions will be given when you schedule your appointment. Most preps include:
    • Abdomen exams: fasting
    • OB/GYN exams: a full bladder
  • Plan on arriving 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time so you have to complete registration.
  • Once registration is complete, an ultrasound technician will take you back for your exam.
  • Most exams take 20-30 minutes to complete. If you are having multiple exams, an OB ultrasound, a vascular exam, or a procedure, those exams may take up 60 minutes.
  • After completion of the exam, we will send the images to a Radiologist for interpretation. Once the Radiologist has made an official report, the exam will automatically be sent to your provider who ordered the exam. Please follow up with your provider for exam results.
Frequently Asked Questions
  • Q: Can the Ultrasound Tech give me results?
    A: No. Our Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographers are not legally allowed to give information. All results must come from your doctor.
  • Q: I haven't received my results. What can I do?
    A: If it has been longer than 48 hours, please contact your physician’s office for those results.
  • Q: How many people can I bring to my exam?
    A: Our exam rooms are not very large, and some exams can take a long time, so we suggest no more than two guests.


We provide general diagnostic studies of all types on an as-needed, walk-in basis. Our team uses advanced digital technology to provide fast, friendly service. All exams are interpreted by Board Certified radiologists representing all specialties within the diagnostic imaging spectrum.

Walk-in Appointment Times


Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

What to Expect

  • No appointment is necessary for most general X-ray exams.
  • Physicians should provide a written order for the exam needed. This can be in an electronic form, a written paper order, or fax.
  • Please bring photo ID and your insurance card to your appointment.
  • Please check in at the registration desk at the main hospital entrance. Following the completion of registration, you will be directed to the Imaging department for your exam.
  • Exams vary from 15 to 30 minutes.
  • After your exam you will follow-up with your referring provider/physician for exam results.
  • Results are available after the exam and may be requested in-person.
  • You can also view your results on your MyHealth account.

Open MRI

An Open MRI is available at the Intermountain Orem Imaging Center, now part of Orem Community Hospital Imaging Services. The Open MRI produces high-quality musculoskeletal (MSK) and spine images, and increases patient comfort by minimizing claustrophobia and anxiety.


Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Interventional Radiology & Pain Procedures

We offer interventional radiology and a number of pain procedures at the Intermountain Orem Imaging Center, now part of Orem Community Hospital Imaging Services.

  • Epidural injections
  • Facet injections
  • Nerve root blocks
  • MR anthrograms
  • Joint injections
  • RF nerve ablation

Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Orem Community Hospital Imaging Services

Enter through main doors at East entrance. Registration is immediately on your left. Please speak with registrars.