Our imaging department can help your physician get a closer look

Whether you need a routine pregnancy ultrasound, an X-ray to check for a broken bone, or advanced imaging such as a CT scan or MRI, Riverton Hospital provides a wide range of hospital imaging services. 

Our specially trained team of physicians, nurses, and technologists work together to perform routine studies such as general X-rays, ultrasounds, nuclear medicine exams, CT scans, MRIs, and fluoroscopy studies (real-time movie X-rays). 

We also offer specialized procedures such as fertility diagnostics, joint injections, bone scans, cardiac perfusion studies, peripherally inserted central catheter, or PICC line, placements for long-term IV (intravenous) treatments, spinal taps to collect fluid surrounding the brain and spinal cord, and some biopsy procedures. 

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Bone DEXA

Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) is an X-ray test that measures bone thickness. It is used to see if your bones are getting thin and brittle, which means they could break more easily.
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Mammography

Mammography is a specific type of low-dose, noninvasive X-ray used to examine breast tissue— commonly searching for breast tissue irregularities.

Imaging Services at Riverton Hospital

Riverton Hospital Mammography

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We are located in Building #2. Use the main hospital entrance on the northeast corner. Turn left after entering the hospital and find suite 160B.

Riverton Hospital Radiology

Open today: 24 hours
We are located on the 1st floor of the hospital. Enter using the Outpatient Center (Bldg 2) entrance. After entering, turn right past the info desk and our desk is on your left.