Telehealth Imaging

Medical imaging is important in diagnosing and treating any health conditions you may have. When your doctor prescribes an imaging service, like a mammogram, PET scan, MRI or ultrasound, a certified imaging professional will complete the screening at an imaging location and send the results to your doctor. 

While some of your appointments with your provider will be in-person, you also have access to telehealth imaging. Consider video visits for:

  • Pre-imaging consultation
  • Imaging results
  • Follow-up

Telehealth imaging is a fast, convenient and safe way to talk with your provider.

Telehealth is not intended for use in emergencies. If you have an imaging emergency, please call 911.

What is Telehealth?

Telehealth is a video-enabled visit with a health care provider. A virtual appointment lets you have a video visit with your doctor, safely and securely, no matter where you are. Learn more about Banner Health’s Telehealth services.

How to Schedule a Telehealth Imaging Appointment

Talk with your doctor about their telehealth services and learn how to schedule a telehealth appointment

What Do I Need for a Telehealth Visit?

For a video visit, you will need a smartphone, laptop, computer or tablet with video and internet capabilities. For a step-by-step tutorial on setting up your device, visit our Telehealth Resources page.

Trust the specialists at Banner Imaging to help you heal. Call your provider today to learn more about your in-person and video visit options for your next appointment.

Find an Imaging Location Near You

Whatever your need, your doctor can refer you to one of our conveniently located free-standing imaging centers or one of our hospitals.