General things for you to consider in any diagnostic imaging suite. Here’s what you can do to make your experience a better one:
Avoid wearing lots of cosmetics, perfumes, hair sprays, body piercings, and jewelry.
Keep your valuables at home.
If you are anxious, bring a friend or family member. They may not be able to be with you during your exam, but knowing that they are in the lobby area will help you relax.
If your doctor has prescribed you oral sedation, you need to have a person that can drive you to and from our center.
If you have questions, please ask. We want your experience to be beneficial and comfortable. Our technologists and staff are more than willing to help you.
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In a continued effort to improve patient care, we will now require all orders on file prior to scheduling for the following exams:
- Nuclear Medicine
Clinical notes are needed prior to requesting authorization. Any delay in receiving the necessary notes may result in the rescheduling of appointments.