NEW! All Carson Tahoe medical imaging locations have been upgraded with the latest state-of-the-art technologies including:
Click here to view our imaging location’s hours of operation. Please note each location offers different imaging services, competitive imaging pricing, and access to multidisciplinary specialties.
Carson Tahoe Imaging, a department of Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare, provides Carson City, Reno, Douglas County, Minden, Gardnerville, Dayton, and Lake Tahoe areas with convenient access to high-quality imaging exams, state-of-the-art technologies, and our expert radiology staff.
Our state-of-the-art technologies allow board-certified radiologists, interventional radiologists, and highly skilled licensed technologists to work collaboratively to detect and evaluate diseases and other conditions faster and with more accuracy than ever before. In addition to providing leading edge clarity and accuracy, Carson Tahoe’s medical imaging modalities are specially designed to maximize patient comfort and reduce exposure to radiation.
All X-ray and imaging locations are accredited by the American College of Radiology, meaning they have undergone a rigorous review process to ensure they meet nationally accepted standards.
Learn more about our expert radiologists (Tahoe Carson Radiology) by clicking here.
Carson Tahoe’s comprehensive Breast Center offers patients a seamless integration of preventive, diagnostic, imaging and surgical services in support of early detection and treatment of breast cancer – all in one, convenient location. Located on the Carson Tahoe Medical Campus, the center operates as an extension of Sierra Surgery and features the latest technological advancements, including 3D mammography, 2D mammography, breast biopsy, and breast MRI.
To service our Douglas County residents, these women’s imaging services can also be accessed through Carson Tahoe’s Minden Medical Center.
One in eight women in the U.S. will be diagnosed breast cancer in their lifetime. Your best defense against breast cancer is early detection. Women’s Preventative Services Initiative, or WPSI, recommends average-risk women begin mammography screening no earlier than age 40 and no later than age 50. Screening mammography should occur at least biennially and as frequently as every year. Click here for more information.