The Mary Rutan Hospital Radiology Department offers complete diagnostic imaging services on-site and at the Mary Rutan Hospital Crawfis Imaging Center. Our board-certified radiologists are available on-site and have an outstanding reputation for their imaging interpretation skills.
We are committed to the convenience and comfort of our patients and offer the following services:
- 3D digital mammography
- Bone densitometry
- CT scanning
- Nuclear medicine
Mary Rutan Hospital Crawfis Imaging Center now offers 3D mammography exams. A first for Logan County and the region, 3D mammography helps detect breast cancer in its earliest stages and is superior to conventional digital mammograms.
Mary Rutan Hospital strives to be the leader in diagnostic imaging for our region, investing millions in its state-of-the-art equipment over the past several years. Our radiologists and diagnostic staff have an unwavering commitment to quality imaging and interpretation and take pride in providing accurate, detailed interpretations.
We offer the most advanced, state-of-the-art technology available in a convenient, easily accessible setting. Mary Rutan Hospital's registered technologists and dedicated office personnel provide physicians and patients with fast, professional and personalized service.
Services in Mary Rutan Hospital
Computed Tomography or CT scanning is offered as a diagnostic tool in radiology to examine the head, neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis and bony structures of the body. It provides a detailed look inside the human body and is a vital diagnostic tool in medicine today. Contrast media is sometimes given orally, through an IV, or sometimes both, to help enhance the detail for the physicians reading these studies and to help provide a quality result for the patient.
Our qualified CT staff is available 24 hours a day to accommodate the needs of both patients and physicians. In most cases, the actual CT scan procedure takes less than 15 minutes to perform.
The new nuclear medicine camera serves a broad range of applications in general nuclear medicine for a more accurate and rapid diagnosis. The gamma camera is equipped with digital high definition detector technology for high image quality.
Mary Rutan Hospital offers general small parts, abdominal and OB-GYN ultrasound procedures. The Sequoia ultrasound system represents the most advanced technology in ultrasound imaging. Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images.
Each unique technology and innovation is designed to help the physician make more confident and accurate diagnoses, delivering excellent image quality and enhancing workflow, across a broad range of patient types and application.
Services at the Mary Rutan Hospital Crawfis Imaging Center
3D Digital Mammography
The latest in 3D mammography is now available at the Mary Rutan Hospital Crawfis Imaging Center. We offer a board certified radiologist with a fellowship in women's imaging, Darlene Weyer, DO; a board certified surgeon with a mastery of breast surgery certificate, Anthony Beisler, MD; and Kelly Armstrong, certified breast cancer patient navigator. We are an American College of Radiology accredited facility.
A baseline mammogram is recommended for women between age 35 and 40, and routine mammograms every year after age 40. Early detection is the key to successful treatment of breast cancer.
Osteoporosis, the most common human bone disease, occurs when bone resorption exceeds bone formation, resulting in reduced bone strength, poor bone quality and an increased risk of bone fracture. The Mary Rutan Hospital Crawfis Imaging Center offers bone densitometry with high quality and high speed.
The Mary Rutan Hospital Crawfis Imaging Center's radiologist performs numerous breast procedures with stereotactic and ultrasound systems. Breast biopsies, cyst aspirations and needle localizations are performed by our multidisciplinary team of surgeons, radiologists, pathologists and support staff to aid in our patients' breast care.
A full range of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) procedures are offered, including multiplanar imaging of the head, neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis, spine and joints. Spin echo, fast spin echo, gradient echo, fast gradient echo, and echo planar sequences can be utilized with administration of contrast material as needed.
The Mary Rutan Hospital Crawfis Imaging Center features a high-field scanner that is open at both ends to reduce the anxiety some patients feel. The center has dedicated waiting, reception and changing areas for the comfort of patients, their waiting family members and visitors.
For more radiology procedure information, visit www.radiologyinfo.org.
Urbana Office X-ray Services
1880 East US Hwy 36, Urbana
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.