Diagnostic imaging center in Orem, Utah
Timpanogos Regional Hospital offers a variety of diagnostic imaging modalities in Orem, Utah. All of our imaging services are obtained and managed in a digital environment, which allows your healthcare provider to quickly access test results.
To schedule an imaging appointment, please call (801) 714-6600
This advanced technology, often referred to as PACS (Picture Archive and Communications System), means your physician can access digital images and view your test results from anywhere there is internet access—usually within hours of your diagnostic imaging procedure.
The PACS system enables healthcare providers to get vital imaging results and information about your health faster, so that treatment of your medical concerns can happen even more quickly.
Diagnostic imaging services
The advanced imaging services at Timpanogos Regional Hospital are accredited by the American College of Radiology and include:
- Digital mammography
- Dexa scan
- Digital mobile C-arm
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
- Nuclear medicine
- 64-Slice computed tomography (CT) scan
Preventive imaging services
We believe that quality healthcare includes proactive action to prevent illness and disease. At Timpanogos Regional Hospital, we offer numerous preventive care services, including the following diagnostic screenings to help you achieve a healthier and happier life.
A colonoscopy is an exam of the large intestine, also known as the colon, to screen for cancer. The exam is done with a tool called a colonoscope. The colonoscope is a flexible tube with a tiny camera on the end. This tool allows the doctor to view the inside of your colon.
The following exam preparation resources are included below for patients who are considering or have already scheduled a colonoscopy exam:
- Low residue diet
- GoLytely colonoscopy exam prep instructions
- HalfLytely colonoscopy exam prep instructions
- Miralax colonoscopy exam prep instructions
- Magnesium citrate exam prep instructions
Mammography uses low-dose X-rays to make a picture of breast tissue. The picture is called a mammogram. The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends that women 50 years old and older get a mammogram every two years to screen for breast cancer.
Other organizations recommend having a mammogram screening every year starting at 40 years old. Women who are at high-risk for breast cancer may need to have mammograms starting at an earlier age and more often.