Extensive imaging services in Denver
At Rose Medical Center, our experienced, compassionate imaging center staff provide a complete range of imaging services. We utilize state-of-the-art equipment and focus on performing high-quality imaging tests and image-guided treatments in a safe, secure environment. All of our radiologists have undergone extra fellowship training to become subspecialists in their chosen fields.
Why choose Rose?
At Rose Medical Center, we recognize the importance of patient care and advanced technology, which means we support our physicians by providing advanced imaging tools. This allows us to deliver thorough, precise medical analysis to our patients. Accurate, early diagnosis means higher treatment success rates.
At Rose, we are proud to offer state-of-the-art imaging equipment to provide the clearest radiology images, including:
- 64 slice CT scanners
- 1.5 Tesla MRI
- Breast MRI
- Mammography, including 3D mammograms
- PET scan
- Digital ultrasound
- Digital X-ray
- Chest X-ray
- Extensive interventional radiology treatments
- Y-90 radioembolization
The specially trained radiologists at Rose Medical Center are leaders in their field. Not only are imaging scans read locally, our patients have direct access to their radiologists to see the images and ask questions.
Learn more about the radiologist at Rose through Find A Doctor.
All of our imaging facilities are accredited by the American College of Radiology, and our technologists are all modality certified. Our mission is to consistently enhance each patient’s experience by providing the highest level of care with compassion and quality that exceeds all expectations of the patient and the referring physician.
At Rose Imaging, we are committed to providing a safe experience. Lear more about our Radiation Right® safety initiative.
What is radiology?
Radiology is a medical specialty that has grown into a vital diagnostic tool. High-resolution and functional images allow our radiologists to detect tumors smaller than a centimeter, visualize tiny cartilage tears in joints and track down infectious diseases in their earliest stages. Radiologists can now use interventional radiology techniques to treat aneurysms with minimally invasive stents or deliver chemotherapy drugs to tumors with pinpoint accuracy.
Computed tomography (CT) scan
We proudly perform CT scans, also known as CAT scans, at all Rose Imaging facilities. In the video below you can learn what to expect when receiving a CT scan at Rose.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
An MRI uses magnetic waves and computers to make pictures of the inside of the body. It is able to produce both two-dimensional and three-dimensional images. Rose’s registered MRI technologists are highly trained and aim to provide patients with the best experience possible. Below is information about what to expect when you get an MRI at a Rose Medical Center facility:
- Safety and privacy: Your privacy is very important to us. We carefully screen each of our patients for the presence of metallic implants and materials so special precautions can be taken. Please notify your MRI technologist if you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant.
- Duration: Depending on the type of MRI you are having, the exam itself may take up to 60 minutes to complete. There are times when appointments are delayed due to emergent cases from the ER. We will keep you informed about any delays.
- Contrast: Your physician may request contrast for your MRI exam, which is most often administered through a small IV placed in your arm or hand. Your technologist will take the time to answer any questions you may have about the use of contrast.
- Discharge instructions: The images taken during your exam will be interpreted by a board-certified radiologist within 48 hours. You will receive your test results from your ordering physician. If you had a contrast study exam, please be sure to drink extra fluids after your exam.
- Your exam results and copies of images: You can access your radiology report online through MyHealthOne, our secure patient portal, seven days following your exam. Please stop by our front desk to receive your medical record number which will allow you to access your information. Additionally, we are happy to provide you with a CD copy of your images upon request. We will ask that you sign a release form for your medical information.
Preparing for your MRI
There are two types of MRI examinations that require special preparations. These include:
- Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP)
- Nothing by mouth, including food and water, four hours prior to your exam
- MRI enterography
- Exam will always be at the main hospital
- No food or drink by mouth four hours prior to the exam
- Arrive one hour before the test
- You will need to drink contrast prior to the scan
We offer ultrasound imaging examinations as part of our comprehensive radiology services. See the videos below for more information about ultrasounds and what you can expect during an ultrasound exam.
Rose Total Breast Care is pleased to be a part of Colorado Total Breast Health, a collaboration with North Suburban Medical Center and Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center.
Colorado Total Breast Health is your partner in overall breast wellness delivering the turnkey support women need: ease of access, personalized treatment, collaboration and state-of-the-art capabilities. Our expert team of breast imaging radiologists, surgeons, genetic counselors, oncologists, specially trained nurses, nurse navigators and more have created a pathway for breast health.
Scheduling and receiving your annual mammogram is one of the best ways to take charge of your breast health. Solis Mammography at Rose offers traditional, screening mammograms, diagnostic mammograms and 3D mammography, a revolutionary breast imaging tool. Rose was proud to be one of the first breast centers in Colorado to offer 3D mammography technology. Learn more about the accredited Solis Mammography at Rose.
Rose Medical Center offer osteoporosis testing at the Rose Breast Center. Bone density testing is performed using the dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) scan, the gold standard in osteoporosis diagnosis. Our brand-new, state-of-the-art machine provides an X-ray scan that uses a small amount of radiation to take images of bones in the body. These images are used to determine the density of the bones, which helps your physician determine if you have osteoporosis.
Osteoporosis is a bone-thinning disease that increases the likelihood of future fractures/damage to your bones. Women are at an increased risk for osteoporosis and screening is a proactive step to take for your overall women’s care.
Call (303) 320-2568 to schedule your DEXA scan at Rose Breast Center. You may fill out your registration forms in advance.