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Here for you and ready to help.

If you need care, don’t delay. We’re open, safe and ready to care for you. During this time, it’s especially important to seek care for symptoms that concern you as well as manage chronic conditions.

Care is available in many ways, including video visits. You can talk with your doctor and receive the same personalized care, expert answers and a treatment plan tailored to you. We’re also offering in-person visits, phone visits and our 24/7 online clinic,

Schedule an appointment online or call your clinic.

We’re also offering convenient COVID-19 drive-up testing at several locations across our care system. Take our online screening to determine if you should be tested. For more information on COVID-19, visit our COVID-19 information page.


Imaging Services

From traditional x-rays to state-of-the-art procedures, diagnostic imaging technologies create images used in diagnosing a multitude of patient injuries, diseases and disorders.

Many imaging tests are easy and painless. Some require you to stay still for a long time inside a machine. Certain tests involve radiation, but these are considered safe because the dosage is very low.

The technology your physician uses will depend on your symptoms and the part of your body being examined. These can include:

  • X-Ray
  • CT-Scan
  • MRI
  • Ultra-Sound
  • Nuclear Medicine & PET scan
  • Bone Density Scan

patient getting mri

technicians looking at screen with mri scan



One in eight women will develop breast cancer. NOW offering 3D and 2D mammograms.  Check with your insurance carrier to see what is covered before your appointment.

Mammograms are the best tool to help beat the odds – because early detection and treatment are critical. That’s why we’ve upgraded to the advanced technology of digital mammography. This state-of-the-art equipment produces a clearer image for the radiologists to evaluate. Because it’s faster, it’s also more comfortable.

Preparing for your mammogram

  • Avoid using deodorants, antiperspirants, powders and lotions under your arms or on your breasts.
  • Most women say mammogram pain is mild. If you find it’s uncomfortable, taking an over-the-counter pain medication, such as aspirin, acetaminophen or ibuprofen about an hour before your mammogram may ease the discomfort.

Scheduling your mammogram

We’ve made it easier to fit this important test into your busy schedule. Early morning appointments are available weekdays starting at 6:30 am and evening appointments until 8:00 pm on Mondays and Thursdays.

If you want to schedule the mammogram when your breasts are least likely to be tender, that’s usually during the week after your menstrual period.

For information about scheduling your mammogram, visit with your health care provider. Call Outpatient Scheduling at 320-484-4650 to schedule your mammogram.