(207) 474-5121 | 46 Fairview Avenue, Skowhegan, ME 04976

Hours Of Operation

Full service state-of-the-art Diagnostic Imaging Department available 24/7
Call direct 858-2385 to schedule appointments.

Imaging Services Reception/Registrar:
Monday – Friday 6:30 am – 4:30 pm

Outpatient registration after hours, weekends or holidays are handled by the ER registrars.

Image/film or CD requests can be made by calling direct: 858-2385
A 24 hour notice would be appreciated.

General Radiology Imaging:

Offering a full array of Digital Imaging services, utilizing “Synapse” PACS with the ability to electronically transmit images to multiple locations when/if necessary.

Staffed 24-hours a day; 7-days a week.

The department is equipped with all Digital Image capture ability.

Some exams require scheduled appointments and or preps.


Offers an ACR (American College of Radiology) accredited Mammography suite with a private changing area.

Scheduled appointments are Monday through Friday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm.
With evening appointments available until 6 pm on Wednesdays.

As a service to our patients and in an effort to reduce the time between identification of an abnormal mammogram and biopsy; a ‘Fast Track’ process has been put into place. The purpose for this process is an attempt to reduce anxiety of out patients..

If you would like more information, please ask your primary care physician, call our department at 858-2385 and ask to speak with a Mammographer.

CT Scan (CAT Scan):

CT scan New State of Art 64 slice scanner with “Reduced Patient Dose” as well as CT angiography and other 3D imaging capabilities.
Table weight limit not to exceed: 500 lbs.

Common exam prep instructions:

  • Head CT--nothing to eat or drink 3 hours prior to test
  • Sinus CT—no prep
  • Chest CT—nothing to eat or drink 3 hours prior to test
  • Abdomen CT—nothing to eat or drink after midnight, drink oral contrast prep If required prior to exam as directed.

If your exam is not listed or you have questions regarding your prep, please call us
Directly at: 858-2385.

Scheduled Appointments Monday thru Fridays 7:30 am – 4:00 pm with on-call staff available 24/7 for Emergencies.

Low-Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening:

A low-dose chest CT is a non contrast scan that is very similar to a regular chest CT except that the radiation dose is much lower (5x or more). A low-dose CT of the chest is acknowledged by many organizations as an effective screening tool for lung cancer. These organizations include: The American Lung Association, American College of Radiology, and many more.


Ultrasound The department offers general diagnostic ultrasounds in Abdomen, Breast, Carotid Artery, Venous Doppler, Testicular and OB including 3D.

Scheduled appointment available Monday through Friday 6:30 am – 4:30 pm with on call staff available for Emergencies.


MRI Offering State of the Art—“Open” MRI – Ideal for patients with claustrophobia.
This service is available Monday-Friday.
To schedule exams or if you have billing questions call: 1-800-734-4132.
Table weight limit not to exceed 550 lbs.

Nuclear Medicine:

Nuclear Medicine ACR-accredited diagnostic Nuclear Medicine department offering a full array of procedures including Nuclear Cardiac studies.

Equipped with a state-of-the-art Nuclear SPECT CT, with a table weight limit not to exceed 500 lbs.

Scheduled appointments are available Monday through Friday 7:00 am – 3:30 pm.

Bone Densitometry:

Equipped with a Prodigy Pro unit and offering routine Bone Mineral Density exams (DEXA), lateral vertebral analysis for compression fractures, and total body Composition evaluations.

Table weight not to exceed 350 lbs.

Scheduled appointments are available Monday through Friday.


State of the art scanner allowing digital transmission of the images to the cardiologist for interpretation leading to quicker access to results.

Scheduled appointments available Monday through Friday: 7:00 am to 4:00 pm

FibroScan Dual Function Liver Testing:

FibroSCanFibroScan is a proven technology used for non-invasive examinations of your liver. FDA cleared and clinically validated by over 2,000 peer-reviewed publications, FibroScan works by emitting a small pulse of energy, called a shear wave, which will feel like a light tap on your skin. FibroScan calculates the speed of this energy as it travels through your liver and translates that speed with two scores that your care provider will use to determine the overall health of your liver. The first score is a measure of your livers stiffness, the second score approximates liver fat. The combination of these scores gives your health care provider a better understanding of your liver’s overall health and how it changes over time with lifestyle or medical intervention. FibroScan examinations are painless, quick, and easy. During measurement, you will feel a slight vibration on the skin at the tip of the probe. FibroScan probes are adapted to fit most body-types and to all ages, from pediatric to adults. FibroScan examinations can take as little as ten minutes to complete.

Scheduled appointments available Monday through Friday.