Advanced tools for your diagnosis. At St. Luke's, our imaging technologies include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computerized tomography (CT), interventional/vascular lab, mammography, nuclear medicine, ultrasound and X-ray. These tools play a critical role in patient diagnosis. Medical imaging is also used extensively for post-treatment assessment.
ACR Diagnostic Center of Excellence
St. Luke's medical imaging team is the only facility in the state of Iowa to achieve the American College of Radiology's Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence (DICOE) designation and provides patients with the highest levels of imaging quality, safety and care.
Outpatient Imaging Services Sites
For your convenience, we offer three additional locations for general imaging exams:
St. Luke's understands the value medical imaging plays in diagnosing and monitoring health conditions. We also understand the stress medical imaging can put on a parent and child. That's why we've taken steps to help make the process more enjoyable. We offer a child-friendly environment with rooms that provide a quiet and calm atmosphere with visuals on the ceilings and a child-sized interactive CT Scanner. The model scanner allows children the chance to interact with the machine and send furry friends through first, to better understand what to expect.
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Interested in a Career in Imaging Services?
The Mercy/St. Luke's School of Radiologic Technology (MStL) is a hospital-based radiologic technology program jointly sponsored by Mercy Medical Center and St. Luke's Hospital in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The program begins annually in early July and is a 24-month, full-time program resulting in a certificate in Radiologic Technology. Learn more.
Choose the Gold Standard
St. Luke's Imaging Services proudly displays the American College of Radiology (ACR) gold seal of accreditation. You can be reassured we meet the requirements to provide high quality and safety in medical imaging. ACR Accreditation is a comprehensive process with special attention to image quality in addition to equipment, quality control procedures, quality assurance programs and personnel qualifications.