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Medical Imaging at John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital

Appointments

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

John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital
250 E. Dunlap Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Information: 602-943-2381
Fax: 602-331-5765
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John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital Outpatient Medical Imaging
9250 N. Third St., Suite 1002
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Information: 602-331-7890
Fax: 602-331-5765
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At John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital, we invest in sophisticated technology, but it is our people who make the difference. North Mountain Radiology Group includes all board-certified radiologists who are leaders in their fields and exclusively serve John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital and Outpatient Medical Imaging facilities. Our radiologists are joined by our experienced, knowledgeable and caring technologists and nurses.

Medical Imaging Services

medical imaging video
Video: Learn how John C. Lincoln is Health Network uses advanced medical imaging technologies in patient care.
  • Digital Radiography and Digital Fluorography (X-ray)
  • Computed Axial Tomography (CT Scans)
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Ultrasound
  • Echocardiography
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Dedicated Breast Care Center with Digital Mammography

Information for Patients

  • Central location in North Phoenix with patient drop off and dedicated parking.
  • Convenient appointment times.

Information for Referring Physicians

At North Mountain Hospital, we understand the imaging needs of physicians. We make it easier to order imaging and get results, through these services:

  • 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.
  • Near-instantaneous results 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.