Diagnostic Imaging

medical staffGlacial Ridge Hospital is equipped with advanced diagnostic imaging technology, which enables us to diagnose illnesses and injuries quickly and efficiently. Today’s diagnostic testing is highly sophisticated compared to the X-rays of earlier medical care. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology can lead to early diagnosis of diseases, such as breast cancer, making the difference in helping your physician determine the best outcome and treatment for you.

When it comes to performing diagnostic testing, our knowledgeable technologists and staff provide personal care and attention, taking time to explain each procedure so you will know what to anticipate every step of the way. We encourage you to ask questions (“What is a CT scan, EKG, MRI, etc.?”) if anything is unclear or if you want more information about a specific process or procedure.

At Glacial Ridge Hospital, we provide the following diagnostic imaging services:

  • Biopsies – Sentinel node
  • Bone Densitometry (DEXA Scan)
  • CT scan including CTA (thoracic, abdominal)
  • EKG
  • Holter monitor
  • Mammogram – 3D imaging
  • MRI
  • Ultrasound imaging (3D/4D), including vascular (carotid and lower extremity venous runoff studies)
  • X-ray

We provide the following specialty imaging services through our Outreach Services:

  • EEG
  • Fluoroscopy / interventional radiology
  • Pain management injections
  • Gastrointestinal exams
  • Interventional pain and physical medicine
  • Needle-guided biopsies
  • Nuclear medicine

Mammograms and Breast Cancer Screening

In most cases, a mammogram can identify an abnormal breast mass as much as two years before it can be detected by touch. Visit our Breast Health page for screening guidelines, the importance of early detection of breast cancer, and information about breast density, mammograms, and screening.

Bone Density

GRHS provides Bone Mineral Density testing in-house to assess the risk for osteoporotic fractures. The results help your doctor manage your health in terms of osteoporosis, abdominal aortic calcifications, vertebral fractures, obesity, and more. Ask your provider if a bone density test is right for you. For more details, read our Bone Densitometry brochure.

For more information regarding our Diagnostic Imaging services, please call 320.634.2273.

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