Diagnostic Imaging


Whether it’s preventing or diagnosing an illness, radiology is an important diagnostic tool for health care professionals and their patients.

At North Canyon Medical Center (NCMC):

  • We offer state-of-the-art radiology equipment not normally found in a rural setting.
  • Patients no longer need to travel out of town to receive services typically found only in larger cities.
  • We employ only Certified Radiology Technologists who have specialized training in the type of exam being given.
  • Our goal is to provide prompt service to our patients with short or no waiting time for exams.
  • We work to ensure that your exam results are accurate and returned to you and your provider in a timely manner.
  • Your comfort is our concern. Ensuring your privacy and dignity, while providing you with the highest quality exam, is of utmost importance.



Contact Us:
Phone: (208) 934-4433 ext. 1112
Outpatient services Monday – Friday 7:00am – 7:00pm


Types of Diagnostic Imaging

When scheduling appointments for Radiology testing, please refer to the following:

Image Type (click a button below for more detailed info) Appointment required?
Bone Density (QCT Densitometry)  Yes
Computed Tomography (CT)  Yes
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)  Yes
3D Mammography  Yes
Ultrasound  Yes
X-rays (Radiology)  No

Qualifed, Competent Professionals

Medical imaging procedures must be accurate and precise. An image is only as good as the person who takes it; the treatment is only as effective as the individual who administers it. We have a board-certified radiologist on site that can consult with your ordering provider about any of your test results.
How can you be sure that your radiological exam is being performed by a qualified, competent professional? Just ask. When you meet the person who will perform your examination, ask if he or she is certified by a national agency or licensed by the state. In addition to asking about qualifications, you should ask questions about the procedure you’re scheduled to receive. A competent radiology technologist will be able to explain the procedure in detail, help you prepare for it, and tell you what to expect.