Women's Imaging Services

Medical imaging at Good Samaritan Medical Center also offers a full service imaging center dedicated to providing comprehensive, sensitive care that is specific to women. Our Women's Imaging Center provides:

  • 3D mammography (tomosynthesis)
  • Screening mammograms
  • Diagnostic mammograms
  • Ultrasound
  • Stereotactic breast biopsies
  • Bone densitometry

 Our Women's Imaging Center offers complete resources for breast health.

  • We provide a wide range of services, from screening through treatment, to meet all of a woman's breast care needs
  • Our philosophy is to provide a caring, comprehensive and thoughtful approach to breast health
  • Our radiology staff pledges efficient, courteous and timely services by applying the latest technology (including 3D mammography, digital mammography, breast MRI and all other imaging modalities), the highest quality technical and interpretative services, and immediate scheduling for additional imaging and biopsies if necessary
  • Upon diagnosis of breast cancer, each patient can be assured that the center's team of physicians, technologists, nurses and non-clinical support staff will see her through whatever she needs to address her specific situation, including access to a wide variety of resources and programs

Our ongoing team communication ensures superior patient care.

  • Team members attend a weekly breast conference at which every breast cancer case is discussed in a lively interaction of healthcare professionals, including radiology, surgery, pathology, pharmacology and oncology, as well as ancillary services such as physical therapy and psychological assistance
  • Our comprehensive approach of providing all aspects of breast care means that each patient is assured of seamless communication among all caregivers, resulting in a more efficient, effective and tailored approach to meeting each patient's individual needs
  • A host of educational and outreach programs are available to ensure that all women of screening age get regular mammograms as recommended, while minimizing barriers to access