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Medical Imaging at John C. Lincoln Deer Valley Hospital

Appointments

Call 602-943-4269 to make an appointment at any John C. Lincoln medical imaging location.

John C. Lincoln Deer Valley Hospital Medical Imaging

19829 North 27th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85027
Information: 623-879-5720
Fax: 623-434-6280
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At John C. Lincoln Deer Valley Hospital, our experienced, caring professionals use state-of-the-art technology to provide the very best service and care.

Medical Imaging Services

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Video: Learn how John C. Lincoln is Health Network uses advanced medical imaging technologies in patient care.
  • Digital Radiography and Digital Fluorography (X-ray)
  • Computer Axial Tomography (CT Scans)
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Ultrasound
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Specialists in Pediatric Imaging
  • Interventional Radiology, including advanced procedures such as mechanical thrombectomy for the aggressive treatment of deep vein thrombosis

Information for Patients

  • Convenient location with plenty of parking near Loop 101 & I-17
  • Late evening and Saturday appointment times available for MRI or CT procedures, in addition to regular weekday hours for all procedures.
  • Same-day services for urgent requests.

Information for Referring Physicians

At Deer Valley Hospital, we understand the imaging needs of physicians. We make it easier to order imaging services and access results:

  • On behalf of physicians, we obtain insurance authorization for patients. Call us at 602-943-4269 or send a fax to 602-331-5765 to start the process.
  • Physicians can consult with a radiologist before ordering imaging. Call us — we're available to you and your staff for phone consultation.
  • Results within 24 hours are available through network-wide PACS (Picture and Archival and Communication System) and PowerScribe voice recognition system. PACS gives you immediate access to electronic images. Physicians on staff can view images of patients either at computer workstations in hospitals, or online through computers in their own practice offices.