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Medical Imaging

Sonoma Valley Hospital offers advanced imaging services to enhance preventive care and diagnostic services for our community.  We also offer diagnostic imaging for women including 3D digital Mammography. Our special program, Project Pink, offers no-cost mammograms to uninsured and underinsured women in our community.


Bone Density Scans (DEXA): Measures bone mineral density to uncover skeletal abnormalities or bone issues. Regular screenings can diagnose osteoporosis, fracture risk, and vertebral fractures.   Preparation Instructions (PDF)  Cómo prepararse (PDF)

Computerized Tomography (CT Scan): A computed tomography (CT) scan is an imaging method that uses x-rays to create pictures of cross-sections of the body. 
Preparation Instructions (PDF)

General X-Ray: X-rays are a type of electromagnetic radiation, just like visible light.  An x-ray machine sends individual x-ray particles in small amounts through the body that allow a doctor to see inside the body.
Preparation Instructions (PDF)

Mammography Screenings: Recommended annually for all women ages 40+, as well as men and women with strong family histories of breast or ovarian cancer. Sonoma Valley Hospital utilizes state-of-art 2D and 3D digital screening and diagnostic mammography technology to detect changes in the breast tissue appearances, at the Gold standard accredited by the ACR and MQSA.  3D digital mammography has been shown to increase detection of invasive breast cancer and reduce call backs for additional testing.  Preparation Instructions (PDF)   Cómo prepararse (PDF) 

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan is an imaging test that uses powerful magnets and radio waves to create pictures of the body. It does not use radiation.
Preparation Instructions (PDF)

Nuclear Medicine:  A method that uses radioactive substances to create pictures of areas inside the body.  At Sonoma Valley Hospital, the myocardial stress tests, ordered by your cardiologist, are provided twice a month. 

Ultrasound Imaging: Non-invasive and radiation-free, ultrasound imaging is an effective diagnostic and monitoring tool. May be used for gynecological, pediatric, pregnancy, intra-operative, and organ transplantation imaging.
Preparation Instructions (PDF)

PROJECT PINK (No-Cost Mammograms)
Each October SVH offers no-cost mammograms to uninsured and underinsured women who live or work in the Sonoma Valleys through “Project Pink,” a program funded by the Sonoma Valley Hospital Foundation. Following is information about this program:

No Cost Mammograms for Uninsured and Underinsured Women (PDF)

Mamografias Sin Costo Para Mujeres Sin Seguro Medico (PDF)

Hours of operation:

Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 5:00 pm.


707-935-5020 for CT, MRI, Ultrasound

707-935-5215 for Mammography and Bone Densitometry (DEXA)

707-935-50020 for Nuclear Medicine (Stress test) and Echocardiography (ECHO)

X-Rays are walk-in, no appointment is needed.


Images and Reports

To obtain a copy of your radiology images and reports, contact Medical Records at:

Medical Director of Diagnostic Imaging – A. Nevitt, MD
Director of Diagnostic Imaging – Ronald Schwartz 



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