Exceptional

Patient Care

We are committed to providing each of our patients with a great experience. Our patient portal is just one of many ways we achieve this.

State of the Art

Medical Imaging

We use cutting edge Diagnostic Imaging Technology to provide faster, more precise medical imaging for our patients.

Board Certified

Radiologists

Our Radiologists are highly skilled and board certified. You'll find our Technologists and staff to be friendly and knowledgeable.

Center of Excellence

Accredited Facility

Advanced Imaging is proud to have been awarded as a 'Center of Excellence' by the American College of Radiology. We are also accredited for CT, MRI and Ultrasounds by the ACR.

Patient Portal

Our patient portal is here as a means to better serve our patients. You will find helpful information on this page including patient paperwork, FAQs, Exam Prep and more. 

Paperwork

Exam Prep

Early Pregnancy Ultrasound - Under 12 weeks gestation
  1. Begin drinking 32oz of water 1.5hrs before the exam.
  2. Finish drinking ALL of the water 1 hour before the appointment time.
  3. DO NOT VOID until after the exam.
Late Pregnancy - 12+ weeks gestation
  1. Begin drinking 24oz of water 1.5hrs before the exam.
  2. Finish drinking ALL of the water 1 hour before the appointment time.
  3. DO NOT VOID until after the exam.
Pelvic Ultrasound
  1. Begin drinking 32oz of water 1.5hrs before the exam.
  2. Finish drinking ALL of the water 1 hour before the appointment time.
  3. DO NOT VOID until after the exam.
Renal Ultrasound
  1. Begin drinking 24oz of water 1.5hrs before the exam.
  2. Finish drinking ALL of the water 1 hour before the appointment time.
  3. DO NOT VOID until after the exam.
Bladder Ultrasound
  1. Begin drinking 24oz of water 1.5hrs before the exam.
  2. Finish drinking ALL of the water 1 hour before the appointment time.
  3. DO NOT VOID until after the exam.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is medical diagnostic imaging and radiology?

Diagnostic imaging refers to a variety of non-invasive methods for identifying and monitoring diseases or injuries via the generation of images representing internal anatomic structures and organs of the patient’s body. The detailed images produced by these procedures are used to further inform the patient and physician about the anatomic organization and functional working of the inner organs and structure of the patient’s body. Diagnostic imaging is an informational tool that expands the knowledge of physicians, people and patients and the practice of medicine.

Radiologists and other physicians interpret the resulting images to diagnose various medical illness or injury so that patient treatment and therapy can be specifically planned and implemented. Diagnostic imaging is also used to guide surgical planning and is often used to follow surgery and/or monitor the outcomes of therapeutic procedures.

Why would I need to have a diagnostic imaging exam?

Diagnostic Imaging is simply another diagnostic tool like checking breathing with a stethoscope, taking your blood pressure or taking your temperature. Medical Imaging is a very powerful tool for diagnosing, monitoring and determining treatment plans for patients dealing with a variety of medical issues.

Diagnostic Imaging has been around for over 100 years and was first performed in 1895 after the discovery of the x-ray by Professor Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen. Over the last century technology has allowed for improved medical imaging and several new methods have been invented since the x-ray. It has grown to be a very powerful tool used by doctors and medical professionals to diagnose patient illness, develop treatment plans and monitor recovery so patients can regain good health.

What does disease or injury look like on a diagnostic image?

Injury or disease appears on Medical Diagnostic Images in a variety of forms which allows a Radiologist to diagnose a patient. For example, on an x-ray a Radiologist can see details such as a broken bone or even small fractures that can be painful but not easy to diagnose without imaging. Other diseases or injuries may appear as a dark or light spot which a trained Radiologist can identify allowing them to diagnose and develop a treatment plan. 

What happens during a diagnostic imaging examination?

While there are many differences between the various types of diagnostic imaging tests, during most imaging exams, the basic steps in the procedure from start to finish are similar. Note: Some exams may require you to not eat or drink from several hours up to a day before the exam. Please make sure that you follow any prep instructions provided to you by Advanced Imaging staff or your referring doctor.

A typical exam begins with checking in at our reception area. After checking in you will likely be asked to wait a few minutes while a technologist prepares for your exam. When the technologist is ready for you, you will be asked to come to the back to prep for the specific type of imaging service you will be receiving. You may be asked to change into a medical gown and remove certain articles of clothing, jewelry, etc. Your technologist will ask any questions pertinent to your exam such as medical history, allergies, etc. If you have any questions, our technologists will be happy to answer them for you.

Once you’re prepped for the exam you will be taken into the exam room where the imaging will be taken. The technologist will help to ensure you are in the best position for the imaging that is needed. Depending on the imaging required, you may be asked to sit, stand or lie down. Think of this as a photographer would help you pose in a manner that will produce the best quality image. You will be asked to remain still while the imaging is being taken. Once the required image(s) have been taken, your Radiologist and Technologist will review them to ensure the images are of the appropriate clarity and orientation.

How should I prepare for a diagnostic imaging examination?

Always follow instructions for exam prep provided by our staff and/or your referring doctor. For additional information on required prep visit our ‘Exam Prep’ section or call us at 386-774-7226.

What happens after the diagnostic imaging examination?

Once the required image(s) have been taken, your Radiologist and Technologist will review them to ensure the images are of the appropriate clarity and orientation. In some cases, the staff may repeat the study or run a different study to gather more information.

Who are the professionals that perform diagnostic imaging?

Diagnostic imaging technologists are healthcare professionals that operate the imaging equipment and take care of you during the procedure. These highly trained individuals are under the supervision of our board certified Radiologists. Once the imaging has been completed, a copy will be provided to your prescribing doctor as well as the images will be read by a Radiologist on staff at Advanced Imaging.

What does "non-invasive" mean?

Non-invasive simply means the patient’s body will not be cut open or have instruments used that must be introduced into a patient’s body. 

Accepted Insurance Plans

We frequently add new providers to the accepted insurance list below and continuously work to build more relationships so we can accommodate our patients. If you don’t see your insurance plan listed below, please call us at (386)774-7226 to check with us as we may accept it but have not had an opportunity to update the list as of yet.

  • AARP
  • Advantage Care/Metcare
  • Advantra Freedom
  • Aetna HMO (#2804029)
  • Aetna PPO (#7731336)
  • American Health Resources Network
  • Ancillary Care Services
  • Avmed (#282270)
  • BCBS Of Florida (V2513 & V2962)
  • BCBS Out Of Area
  • Beech Street
  • Care ChoiceCare I.Q.
  • CCN (#5402139)
  • Cigna HMO (Thru NIA)
  • Cigna PPO (Thru NIA) Citrus Healthcare
  • Coventry Healthcare
  • Cypress Care
  • Diatri (Formerly MDM)
  • Emblem Health (GHI)
  • Evolutions Healthcare
  • First Health (#593710252)
  • Freedom Health
  • Genex
  • GHI (CareCore)
  • Great West (MedSolutions)
  • Healthease (#201654)
  • Humana- All Products (#593710252)
  • Humana Veterans (HMHS)
  • Managed Care 2000/CBSA
  • MD Medicare Choice
  • MedComp USA
  • MedFocus
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Medipass
  • MultiPlan
  • Ohio Out-Of-State Workers’ Comp
  • One Call Medical
  • Operating Engineers Local 825
  • Ped-I-Care
  • PHCS (Private Healthcare Systems)
  • Preferred Care (Cigna Contract)
  • Preferred Care Partners (PCP)
  • PUP (Physicians United Plan)
  • QHP (Quality Health Plan)
  • Railroad Medicare (CK 4827)
  • Select MRI (#593710252)
  • Staywell
  • Tech Health
  • TriCare – Humana Military
  • TriCare For Life
  • U.S. Department Of Labor
  • U.S. Imaging Network
  • United Healthcare (UHC)
  • United Mineworkers (UMWA) – Aka The Funds
  • Vocational Rehab
  • WellCare
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