Hamilton County Health uses a full range of imaging services supported by the experience and strength of our technologists and Radiology Imaging Associates (RIA) and our group of subspecialty board certified radiologists out of Denver, Colo. Our technology coupled with their experience saves lives. Having it all in one location means you can expect shorter wait times, faster turnaround of test results and fewer unexpected delays.

Whether it's a sports injury, heart problem, digestive issue, nervous system disorder or osteoporosis, we have the innovative technology to help you get back to heath. To find out more about our imaging services, give us a call and we'll be happy to answer any questions.


Monday - Friday 6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Emergencies and Inpatients
Our on-call staff is available 24/7, including weekdays, weekends and holidays.


Computed Tomography (CT) Scans

CT scans are fast and painless. We operate a 16-slice GE Optima CT scanner to project images of possible abnormalities in the body like blocked blood vessels, infections or tumors. The scanner is equipped with Emergency Scan Mode, which launches and completes emergency scans faster than most normal CT procedures. The scanner is also energy efficient, using 60 percent less energy than our previous scanner.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

MRI uses a powerful magnet, radio frequencies and computers to produce high-resolution images of the body's organs and structures. The images are created in the form of "slices," making it easier to see the structure layer by layer.

DEXA Scan (Bone Density)

This advanced test measures bone density for those who may be at risk for disorders like osteoporosis. It can also detect vertebral fractures at a very low dosage of radiation.


Our surgeons use this highly complex X-ray machine to create real-time images and project them on a monitor. This allows them to observe and identify blood vessels, bones, kidney stones and more.


Best known for the use of evaluating the condition of a fetus, this painless, non-invasive technology allows us to look at parts of the body like kidneys, liver, heart and hips without the use of radiation.

General Radiography (X-Ray)

As the most basic form of medical imaging, we use this technique to examine the body’s interior structure.