Imaging Center

Imaging Center

Services

Computerized Tomography (CT)
Diagnostic Radiology
Fluoroscopy
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Special Procedures
Nuclear Medicine (NM)
Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
Ultrasound

Contact Information

Schedule an Appointment:
   972-612-6525
Medical Records:
   972-566-2654
Payment / Insurance:
   972-566-7000

Imaging Center

The Medical City Imaging Center is known for delivering quality scans and providing the compassionate and professional service that each of our patients deserve. For over a decade, Medical City has been providing high-quality imaging services in your neighborhood. With some of the region’s most advanced technology, world-renowned radiologist specialists, fast results and, most importantly, exceptional patient care, we’re changing the perception of diagnostic imaging. The Women’s Wellness Center at Medical City is now offering 3D Mammograms. Learn about the Women’s Wellness Center here.

Convenient for Physicians and Patients Alike

Now physicians can access digital images with reports directly from their desktop PCs. And patients will find a one-stop shop if they’re already visiting their doctor, or streamlined registration, scheduling and pre-certification process if they’re making a future appointment. Add valet parking to the picture and patients will get in and get out faster than ever before. We offer same-day appointments, with cloud technology for immediate image and report access.

All of Our Radiologists are Board Certified

Many of them have sub-specialties which include ultrasound, MRI, CT, neuro-radiology, neuro-interventional radiology, pediatric radiology, nuclear medicine and PET/CT. Our radiologists are always available for consultation and are devoted to providing superior service.

ACR Accredited by the American College of Radiology

This means that we’ve undergone an intense evaluation by board-certified radiologists and other experts in the field. Evaluators access the image quality, qualifications of the personnel, and the operational excellence of the equipment and facility overall. Unlike many stand-alone centers, Medical City Diagnostic Imaging has earned each of the American College of Radiology accreditations. We’ve also exceeded the national and state standards for outpatient mammography, abdomen and chest CT scans. With all these achievements, plus our 3T MRI featuring the widest bore available, 64-slice CT scans, nuclear PET/CT scans and nuclear SPECT/CT scans, you can feel confident choosing Medical City for all your imaging needs.

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What should I know before I arrive?

  • Call 972-566-8071 to pre-register for your exam. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your appointment time to register.
  • Bring a list of any medications you take, as well as a list of any allergies, previous surgeries and any other pertinent medical history.
  • An explanation of your exam (ie: how the test will be performed, how long the test will take, etc.) is available on this website. If you have further questions, please call 972-566-7226 and request to speak to a technologist.
  • You may have been given specific prep instructions regarding food, water, medications, etc. prior to your exam.  If you have questions regarding exam prep, please call 972-566-7226 for clarification.
  • If you would like financial information regarding insurance verification, copay or deductibles, please call 972-566-7000 and ask to speak to a financial counselor.
  • If you need directions to our facility or our suite, please call 972-566-7226 for assistance or click here for directions.
  • PARKING: Parking access to Building D is located at the corner of Park Central and Merit Drive.  Building D valet parking is available from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Visitor Parking is open 24 hours a day at the corner of Forest Lane and Park Central Drive for Buildings A, B and C.  Parking fees are as follows:
    • Up to 1 hour: $1.00    61 minutes – 2 hours: $2.00    Over 4 hours: $4.00
    • Valet Parking for visitors is available Monday through Friday for $4.00 per day at Building A and C from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., and at Building D from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

What should I expect once I arrive?

  • You will sign in at the registration desk and then be called to a booth for check-in. Please bring your driver’s license and insurance card.
  • You may be asked to fill out forms pertaining to your exam.
  • You will be taken to the appropriate area to have your exam.
  • You may be asked to change into a gown and/or remove any jewelry, eyeglasses or metal objects.

When will my physician receive my test results?

All exams are interpreted by a board certified radiologist.  Results will be reported to your physician within 24 hours.

How can I obtain a copy of my results?

You can obtain your test results from your physician, Medical Records, or Medical City Imaging.

Medical City Imaging is located in Building D Suite 200 and is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. – noon. Please call with questions, 972-566-7226.

The Medical Records department is located in Building A, first floor across from the cafeteria, and open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. That office can be reached by calling 972-566-2654.

We must have a signed release form on file before your results will be released. You may print this form out and complete it prior to your arrival, or you may fill one out once you arrive. You will need a driver's license or picture ID with you at the time of pickup.

If someone else is picking up your results, we must have a release form signed by you on file before we release your results.  Please print, complete and sign the release form,  noting that you give permission for someone else to pick up your results—please include that person’s full name. That designated person will be asked to show proof of identification, (i.e. a driver’s license or picture ID) before we release your results.

How can I get copies of my images?

It is best to call ahead to request copies, so we can have them ready for you when you arrive. We must have a signed release form on file before copies will be released. You may print this form and complete it prior to arrival, or you may fill one out once you arrive. You will need a driver's license or picture ID with you at the time of pickup.

Most copies are available for pickup within 15 minutes. We provide CDs at no charge.

We can mail films or CDs to a doctor’s office and/or hospitals at your request after we have a signed release form; however, we are unable to send copies to a patient’s home. Please have your physician send a faxed request for copies.

Copies may be picked up at Medical City Imaging, Building D, Ste. 200 and may be requested by phone or fax. Copies are available for pickup Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon.

If someone else is picking up your results, we must have a release form signed by you on file before we release your results.  Please print, complete and sign the release form,  noting that you give permission for someone else to pick up your results—please include that person’s full name. That designated person will be asked to show proof of identification, (i.e. a driver’s license or picture ID) before we release your results.

Leading edge technology. Less hassles. Improved patient care. Faster and better images. Smile. You're at Medical City Imaging Center.

Medical City Imaging
7777 Forest Lane, Suite D-200

Dallas, TX 75230
972-566-SCAN (7226)

We are located on the northwest side of Medical City in Building D.  To schedule your appointment, call 972-566-3926. Medical Records can be reached at 972-612-6525. For payment or insurance questions, call financial counseling at 972-566-7000.

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