The Centers for Advanced Imaging at Bethesda Health is committed to providing you with the best possible patient care and quality imaging services. With our highly experienced radiologists, state-of-the-art imaging equipment, and our attention to keeping you safe with low-dose imaging techniques, we specialize in all areas of disease diagnosis, and disease intervention. Our teams of skilled professionals use the latest innovative technology and techniques to ensure you are receiving the excellent care you deserve.
We are proud to be the healthcare leaders in our filmless Picture Archival and Communication System (PACS). The PACS system allows images to be instantly transmitted from all of our imaging centers to computer monitors where they are simultaneously reviewed by our radiologists and the referring physician, even when away from the facility. Plus, due to our PACS system any previous imaging studies performed at a Bethesda Health facility are easily accessible for comparison to provide a more comprehensive patient diagnosis.
*Services vary depending upon location.
For your convenience, the Centers for Advanced Imaging offers services at these locations:
Call Central Scheduling at 561-374-5700 or click here to request an appointment.
Call the Imaging Department of Bethesda Hospital East at 561-737-7733, ext. 84577.
To pick up a copy of your images, please call the Centers for Advanced Imaging prior to your arrival, and we will prepare your request. We offer images on a compact disk, complete with your report.
For Bethesda Hospital East, please call 561-737-7733, ext. 84577.
Due to HIPAA regulations, you will be required to to provide picture identification and sign a form to pick up your images. Should it become necessary for someone else to pick up your images, please provide the designated person with a letter written by you to pick up your images.
The Bethesda College of Health Sciences Radiography Program is a full-time, two-year educational program dedicated to providing students with the opportunity to become competent, knowledgeable radiographers. For more information, visit www.BethesdaCollege.net.