Imaging at Red Rocks
Easy & Convenient
Imaging at Red Rocks is a state of the art imaging center in a beautiful, comprehensive medical center.400 Indiana Street, Suite 240
Golden, CO 80401
Expertise for Superior Reads
Imaging at Red Rocks stands apart with board-certified radiologists fellowship-trained in breast , bone & joint, neurologic, body, and interventional radiology to provide the highest quality and most accurate evaluations of your exam. Additionally, our radiology teams continually improve the imaging processes to provide the best images with the lowest radiation.
Advanced Quality & Technology
Imaging at Red Rocks houses a full-service, diagnostic radiology department with advanced imaging technologies in all the latest modalities, including low-radiation devices. Just as important, our processes are highly protective to limit your exposure while maintaining high quality images. Technologies include:
- MRI (including wide bore for claustrophobic and larger patients)
- Obstetric/Gynecologic Ultrasound
- General and Vascular Ultrasound
- Stereotactic Core and Ultrasound Guided Biopsies for the best outcomes
- DEXA (Bone Densitometry)
Rapid Communication, Precise Results
Waiting for the results of any test can be stressful for patients. Our priority is quick, precise and accurate communication. That’s why we provide comprehensive reports to referring physicians within twenty-four to forty-eight hours of every procedure – and critical results reporting immediately after analysis. We also offer a CD of the complete image record to facilitate consultations among treatment teams. And, each of our centers is connected to a wide-area network that makes it easy to compare any previous imaging with the current study.
THE RIGHT IMAGING EXAM, AT THE RIGHT TIME, WITH THE RIGHT RADIATION DOSE.
Radiation Right® is for our patients whose tests, ongoing treatment, or other medical procedures could expose them to medical radiation. Your physician and members of your care team want you to understand the possible benefits or risks involved and the steps we are taking to ensure your safety.
Our radiologists and technologists look for ways to reduce radiation while making sure that image quality remains at a desirable level. Radiation-reduction efforts focus on: preventing incidents of excessive exposure; reducing the total amount of radiation received by a patient over time; and following national guidelines for giving lowest effective dose of radiation.
RIGHT EXAM - One way to reduce radiation exposure is to avoid giving radiation in the first place. We consider alternative exams to achieve the desired test result and minimize exposure to ionizing radiation
RIGHT SITE - We verify that you receive the right test or procedure using the Joint Commission Universal Time Out protocol.
RIGHT DOSE - We follow nationally accepted guidelines to assure that we always give you the lowest effective dose of radiation possible.
If you have any concerns at all about receiving radiation a staff member will be glad to explain your procedure in greater detail.