Diagnostic imaging has made great strides since the discovery of x-rays more than a century ago. Today’s sophisticated, computer-aided imaging technologies allow physicians to diagnose and treat diseases more quickly and less invasively than ever before.
The Columbia Memorial Hospital Imaging Department, in partnership with Pacific Coast Imaging, offers complete diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology. Our local board-certified radiologists, Dr. Armington and Dr. Sabahi, and a team of highly trained technologists use cutting-edge technology to diagnose and treat illness. Our facilities are certified by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and American College of Radiology. We offer the best imaging available.
Columbia Memorial Hospital Imaging Department offers many kinds of imaging
CMH and Pacific Coast Imaging offer complete diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology. Diagnostic imaging is used to take pictures so that your doctor can see the inside of your body without having to perform surgery. Our radiologists use cutting-edge technology to review and interpret the images from every examination and work with your referring physician to diagnose and treat disease and injury.
In interventional radiology, minimally invasive procedures are performed using image guidance to treat or diagnose your illness. The primary benefit to interventional radiology is that it tends to be much less invasive than surgery and patients enjoy shorter recovery times. Below is a short list of the different types of radiological services we offer.
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|Computed tomography (CT)
|Computed tomography angiography (CTA)
||Digital radiography (DR)
||Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Imaging services is located at the main campus, accessible from the West entrance; the Health & Wellness Pavilion and in the Park Medical Building. To schedule a patient for radiology procedures, call 503-338-7525.
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