Baptist Health System offers patients state-of-the-art imaging technology with a patient-centered approach to care. Imaging and Diagnostic services are available at seven convenient locations:

Baptist Hoover Imaging
5295 Preserve Parkway, Suite 110
Hoover, AL 35244
205-949-4900205-949-4900
Princeton Baptist Medical Center
701 Princeton Ave. SW
Birmingham, AL 35211
205-783-3700205-783-3700
Tower Imaging
1022 1st Street North, Suite 103
Alabaster, AL 35007
205-621-3930
Walker Imaging
3500 3rd St. NE
Jasper, AL 35504
205-221-4770205-221-4770
Citizens Baptist Medical Center
604 Stone Ave.
Talladega, AL 35160
256-761-4229256-761-4229
Shelby Baptist Medical Center - Imaging 
1000 1st Street North
Alabaster, AL 35007
205-620-8008205-620-8008
Shelby Diagnostic Center
1004 1st Street North
Alabaster, AL 35007
205-620-8008205-620-8008
Walker Baptist Medical Center
3400 U.S. 78
Jasper, AL 35501
205-387-4900205-387-4900
Services

*Not all services are available at all locations so please call in advance to confirm availability

Bone Density Exam/DEXA – A technologically advanced radiographic procedure to determine bone mineral density or bone mass and diagnose osteoporosis. Exams are given to patients if there is a possibility of a fracture or if they are at risk for osteoporosis.

CT – A Computerized Tomography (CT) scan takes images of the body in cross sections. Common CT scans are used to investigate the head, chest, abdomen, blood vessels and bones. A special CT scan, called Calcium Scoring is provided on an outpatient basis and in less than 5 minutes, the heart arteries can be evaluated for blockage.

Mammography – A technological X-ray that detects possible concerns to the inside of the breast. It is recommended that women over 40 years of age are screened once a year. If a breast abnormality is visible, a stereotactic breast biopsy or surgical biopsy may be performed.

MRI – Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) allows radiologists to view a patient’s internal structures in a non-invasive way. MRI is commonly used to image the brain, spine, and musculoskeletal joints but can also diagnose aneurysms, eye and ear disorders, multiple sclerosis, strokes and tumors.

Nuclear Medicine – Procedures that use radioactive substances to create images of internal organs. Radionuclide imaging procedures help visualize the function of the heart, lungs, bones, brain, organs, tissues and systems within the body.

PET/CT – Positron Emission Tomography and Computed Tomography (PET/CT)provides doctors with scans of the inner organs. These scans are useful in the clinical areas of oncology, neurology and cardiology.

Ultrasound – A non-invasive procedure that creates a three or four-dimensional image of an internal organ. While known for viewing a fetus during pregnancy, ultrasounds can examine the appendix, bladder, kidneys, pancreas, spleen, heart, arties, veins and other organs.

X-Ray – An exam that uses small amounts of radiation to view tumors or injuries to bones and tissues. X-rays can determine breaks, dislocations and fractures and tissue X-rays can determine changes in density. Chest X-rays are often used to diagnose conditions such as COPD, pneumonia or emphysema.

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