Imaging Services & Radiology

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The latest life-saving technology starts with you

Diagnosing an injury or illness is the first step toward healing

Donations keep our radiology and imaging services on the cutting edge, because you and your family expect the best from Mercy Health when your health is on the line.

From routine screenings like mammograms and bone density to x-rays and MRIs for diagnosing injuries and illnesses, you want the best technology and the most experienced staff to monitor your health. We depend on the generosity of donors to help us maintain a full complement of the latest state-of-the-art imaging equipment. And donations are an investment in ongoing training for our imaging teams.

After all, early detection and proper diagnosis save lives and get you or your loved ones on the path to a full recovery. If you're passionate about ensuring the best health care resources are available here in Cincinnati, please consider donating to our Imaging Services & Radiology programs. We'll be here when you need us!

Mobile Mammography 

Women are busy, and it can be hard to make time for an annual mammogram. And for some women, it's lack of insurance or transportation that prevents them from getting a screening. That's why Mercy Health's mobile mammography van is a life-saving resource for the Tri-State area.

The mobile mammography van makes stops in neighborhoods across Cincinnati, where people can conveniently walk in or make an appointment. The latest 3D mammography technology helps detect cancer in its earliest stages, when most treatable. Patients can receive their results within 45 minutes and appointments can even conveniently be scheduled at a Kroger health clinic. Navigation services help patients schedule follow-up testing if needed.

Mercy Health depends on support from donors like you for ongoing costs such as van and equipment maintenance and stipends for uninsured patients or those who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford it.

Support Early Detection 

Mobile mammography helps people have a fighting chance against breast cancer