Imaging center in Wabash Valley
The Regional Imaging Center at Terre Haute Regional Hospital is dedicated to providing expert outpatient diagnostic imaging services. We use the latest technologies to create clear pictures of the body. The exceptional quality of these images enables more accurate diagnoses and treatments for a range of diseases.
For an appointment, ask your physician for a referral to our regional imaging center. You can always call the imaging services department at (812) 237-1625.
At Terre Haute Regional Hospital, an experienced clinician will perform your test. All of our radiologic technologists are registered and certified in their fields of study and receive ongoing training.
Before any imaging examination, be sure to inform your physician or radiologic technologist if there is a chance of pregnancy. Terre Haute Regional Hospital has X-ray tables that adjust for patient accessibility to accommodate all individuals.
Our commitment to excellence in radiology
Our technologists are skilled in anatomy, patient positioning, examination techniques, radiation safety and patient care. Registered radiologic technologists must complete a minimum two-year formal education and must pass a national certification examination. To maintain their registration, they must earn continuing education credits every two years.
Terre Haute Regional Hospital has a Radiation Safety Committee (RSC), which meets on a routine basis to review the safe usage of radioactive materials and radiation generating equipment. The RSC ensures that all employees working near radioactive materials have sufficient training and experience to perform their duties in accordance with the regulatory requirements. The committee also reviews the process for radiation safety of all employees, patients and visitors.
Our facility also offers women in our neighborhood access to mammogram screening to check for breast cancer.
Imaging services we offer
- 3D and 4D fetal ultrasound
- Bone densitometry
- Computed tomography (CT scan)
- Interventional radiology
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
- Nuclear medicine imaging
- Positron emission tomography (PET scan)