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High Quality Ultrasound Imaging

Available Services

Ultrasound tests available at all of our locations.

  • Abdominal aorta
  • Ankle
  • Bladder
  • Breast
  • Chest
  • Cranial or Head
  • Eye and Orbit (B-Scan)
  • Hepatobiliary
  • Hips
  • Inguinal Canal
  • Knee
  • Liver
  • Neck
  • Obstetric (Prenatal)
  • Pancreas
  • Parotid
  • Pelvic
  • Penis
  • Renal or kidney
  • Seminal Vesicle (SV)
  • Shoulders
  • Soft Tissue Masses
  • Spleen
  • Thyroid
  • Transvaginal
  • Upper Abdominal


How it works

Before your Ultrasound

The preparation required for an Ultrasound varies with the body part thats being scanned and the clinical symptomps your physician is investigating. We provide general guidelines to follow during your ultrasound procedure.

  • Register with our staff at the front desk.
  • You may be asked to fast for some exams.
  • For all examinations we ask that you bring along any previous imaging you have of the area under investigation.

During your Ultrasound

  • The technologist will introduce themselves and inform you of any additional information that is needed.
  • The procedure is painless and you won't feel a thing.
  • You may be asked to change into a gown for certain exams.
  • You will lay down on an examination bed for most exams or sit for certain exams.

After your Ultrasound

  • You may return to your regular daily activities.
  • The results of your ultrasound will be made available to your physician within 24 hours.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who performs the Ultrasound?

Most tests will be performed by our technicians, complex tests will be performed by our highly qualified doctors.

What are the risks of an Ultrasound?

Diagnostic ultrasound is considered a safe non-invasive procedure that uses low-power sound waves. There are no known direct risks from a diagnostic ultrasound exam harmful enough to prevent it's use.

How long can I expect for an ultrasound to take?

An ultrasound on average it takes about 30 minutes. However, some tests may take longer as images requirements vary for each patient, variations may include the number and size of the organs being examined. Consult with our staff at the time of scheduling an appointment what is the average time for the type of ultrasound being performed.