Using the state-of-the-industry technology at Legacy Silverton Medical Center and Woodburn Diagnostic Imaging, our care providers perform over 42,000 diagnostic and screening services each year. These advanced diagnostic tests save lives by provide earlier detection and diagnosis of many diseases and conditions. The images also enable your physician to diagnosis medical conditions more accurately — so you get the best treatment possible.
If your primary care provider refers you to Silverton Health for your Diagnostic Imaging, you can be confident that our board-certified radiologists and technicians will do all they can to make your experience positive.
X-rays and Computed Tomography, or CT scans, both use electromagnetic radiation to take pictures of bones, organs, and soft tissue. These two versatile technologies are painless, and can be used to study and diagnose a number of conditions.Learn More
MRI is a painless diagnostic test that uses a strong magnetic field to produce detailed images of the structures inside the body. It is often used to detect tumors, bleeding, injury, blood vessel diseases, or infection — or to reveal more information about an issue seen on an X-ray, ultrasound scan, or CT scan.Learn More
Early detection is a woman's strongest asset in the fight against breast cancer. Annual screening allows radiologists to monitor breast tissue over periods of time, and can often detect changes long before patients and physicians can feel them.Learn More
Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves (inaudible to the human ear) to view and photograph soft tissue. From detecting artery blockages to taking the first photos of baby, Ultrasound is a safe and versatile imaging technology.Learn More
Bone density screening enables your provider to identify whether you are at risk for fracture, by comparing your bone density to your own age group and to a younger age group. The test is completely painless, requires no special preparation and provides results in a few minutes.Learn More