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.