Images of Excellence

Advanced Diagnostic Technology

The high-tech marvels of today’s medical imaging provide detailed information to target your cancer as never before. Performing more than 50,000 imaging procedures each year, Bay Area Hospital is the premier imaging site in southwestern Oregon.

Our highly trained, friendly staff of imaging professionals provides exceptional care for our patients. A team of board-certified radiologists from Bay Area Radiology PC is stationed on-site to interpret your test results and provide expert support to your physician.
 
Our goal is to provide the highest quality of diagnostic imaging, serving every patient with professionalism, compassion, and integrity.
 
 Computed Tomography
CT scanning uses an X-ray source and a computer to create detailed diagnostic images.


 Digital Mammography
Our skilled, compassionate staff uses the most up-to-date equipment to make your mammogram as comfortable and stress-free as possible.
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 MRI
With state-of-the-art technology and a professionally certified staff, Bay Area Hospital is the Oregon coast’s leading MRI facility.

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 Nuclear Medicine
Bay Area Hospital boasts the Oregon coast’s largest nuclear medicine department, offering services to more than 1,600 patients annually.

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 PET-CT
Combining two powerful imaging technologies, the PET-CT provides a uniquely detailed diagnostic tool.

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 Ultrasound
Diagnostic ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to create images of the body’s interior.

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 X-Ray
Despite development of new technologies, traditional X-ray images remain a vital tool for diagnosing diseases and injuries.

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 Our Radiologists
Board-certified radiologists are on-site to provide expert interpretations of your medical images.

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