Women's Imaging Center
The dedicated Women’s Imaging Center at Fremont Health offers the most advanced technologies available, in a setting designed for the ultimate in comfort and privacy. Space is physically separate from the rest of our imaging facilities, with its own waiting area and colors, furnishings and artwork specially selected to create a calming environment. Take a virtual tour.
It’s all complemented by a warm and caring staff committed to making your experience as stress-free as possible.
From Breast to Bone Health, We’ve Got You Covered
Our board-certified radiologists use the latest diagnostic capabilities, with specialties that include:
All screening mammograms are performed digitally, which allows for much greater flexibility in reading images, especially areas of concern. This technology is supplemented by a Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) System, which helps flag abnormalities associated with breast cancer and has shown to significantly increase early detection rates.
This noninvasive test uses a powerful magnetic field, radio frequency and a computer to produce detailed images of the breast. MRI is a valuable supplemental tool to mammogram screenings to detect and stage breast cancer, especially in women with dense breast tissue or at an elevated risk for the disease.
Ultrasound with 3D/4D capability
This safe and painless scan uses high-frequency sound waves to create real-time visual images of structures inside the body. It allows your doctor to study the health of a developing fetus, your abdominal and pelvic organs, muscles and tendons and/or heart and blood vessels. Our Philips ultrasound system generates an advanced level of image quality that often eliminates the need for other, more complicated exams and procedures.
Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy
Sentinel Lymph Node (SLN) Biopsy is a diagnostic procedure used to determine whether breast cancer has spread (metastasized) to axillary lymph nodes (i.e., lymph glands under the arm).
Stereotactic breast biopsy
This technique involves a special mammography machine to precisely locate suspicious lesions that can’t be felt in a physical exam. Your radiologist then uses a biopsy needle to take a tiny section of tissue for examination and diagnosis, without surgery.
Bone density scanning
This fast, enhanced form of X-ray is used to measure bone areas, mainly in the hips and spine, that are most susceptible to fracture due to osteoporosis and other degenerative bone diseases. Our state-of-the-art General Electric DEXA ProdigyTM bone densitometer can greatly improve the early detection and treatment of these conditions. A physician referral is required.