Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center relies on comprehensive, state-of-the-art medical imaging technologies and expertly trained imaging professionals to deliver excellent patient care.
We also offer interventional radiology, in which minimally invasive diagnostic and treatment procedures are performed using image guidance.
Our imaging tools and technologies help with early detection, examination and diagnosis of various illnesses and abnormalities. Early detection helps physicians begin treatment programs when they can be the most effective.
As part of our Women's Diagnostic Services, Banner Del E. Webb is one of the only hospitasl in the metropolitan Phoenix area that provides Breast Specific Gamma Imaging (BSGI), a molecular breast imaging procedure that shows the metabolic activity of breast lesions. BSGI is a valuable tool following a questionable mammogram, when further evaluation is needed. We are also one of few facilities in the state that offer a dedicated mobile breast MRI unit.
Our staff works closely with physicians to provide knowledgeable interpretation of imaging tools and treatment techniques to ensure the best possible care decisions are made for each patient. Del E. Webb uses the latest Picture Archival Communication System (PACS) technology to communicate with physicians and send imaging results via a secure Internet connection. This gives physicians the information to quickly share with their patients—because we know that when one's health is in question, results can never come too soon.
To provide the most accurate imaging services, medical imaging professionals at Del E. Webb are nationally licensed by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and state certified by the Arizona Medical Radiologic Technologist Board of Examiners.
Patients may have testing done at the hospital or at our Outpatient Diagnostic
Center located at 14420 W. Meeker Blvd. Suite 101. To schedule your procedure, call (480) 684-7500. Once you call to schedule, you will be given directions regarding your testing locations, as well as any pre-testing instructions.