ImageCare, LLC

ImageCare, LLC is an established, privately owned Imaging Center. They are located just minutes from downtown, at I-77 and Farrow Road in Northeast Columbia. ImageCare has been serving the public and their referring physicians for eleven and a half years. Their radiologists are all Board Certified and Fellowship Trained, specializing in Diagnostic Radiology and sub-specializing in Mammography, CT Imaging, Interventional Radiology, Pain Management and MRI. All of their technologists are ARRT Board Certified. 

All mammograms are performed on state-of-the-art full field digital units. Breast Ultrasounds and biopsy procedures are performed by a fellowship-trained mammographer. Biopsy results are rendered within 24 hours of the procedure in most cases. They also offer breast MRI imaging services. 

At their office they offer patients front door parking, an easy registration process, rapid turnaround on reports, call reports (available upon request), same day services on most examinations and evening/weekend hours for MRI examinations only. They are a provider of all major insurance carriers and offer payment plans for self-paying patients. 

At ImageCare they offer all examinations on advanced state-of-the-art equipment. Their employees are friendly and compassionate about their professions and make you feel at ease upon walking through their doors. They want their patients to feel comfortable and know they have made the right choice by “choosing” ImageCare. They make every effort to assure that patients receive the best possible care and optimal, quality examinations. Their technologists are trained to assure that procedures are performed adequately, but observe all safety guidelines when delivering radiation to their patients. 

The physicians and staff realize what they do is not just about imaging; putting the needs of patients takes priority. The caring and skilled staff and physicians at ImageCare appreciate the opportunity to serve all Radiology needs. At ImageCare they are trained to see things differently. 

 

 

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