Imaging services at Great Falls Clinic has a wide variety of modalities that serve the north central Montana community. Images are filmless through Intelleviewer solution, a web-based solution that allows providers web access to images both in and out of the Clinic. Modalities include: diagnostic radiology, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, digital mammography and interventional breast exams, ultrasound, and DEXA. The Specialty Center also offers fluoroscopy. The CT service utilizes a 64-slice scanner that performs all body exams and general cardiac exams. MRI exams are performed on a 1.2 open Hitachi magnet or a 1.5 closed, which is the only open modality offered in the entire region. Patients from many far reaching communities are referred to GFC for MR scans, providing comfort and safety to those patients suffering from claustrophobia and obesity. Mammography services include interventional exams and are performed on a stereotactic breast table or under ultrasound guidance. Mammograms are performed on a digital Hologic unit.
The mission of the Great Falls Clinic Radiology Department is to provide an ancillary service for patients in a timely fashion with compassion and care.
The Radiology department is an outpatient hospital department of the Great Falls Clinic Hospital.
- General Radiology
- MRI Mid-Field
- MRI Open Magnet
- General Ultrasound
- Interventional Ultrasound
- Vascular Ultrasound
- Digital Mammography
- Stereotactic BX's
- Needle Localizations Mammography
- Sentinenal Node Injections
- General Nuclear Medicine
- I-131 Therapies Nuclear Medicine
Department HoursMonday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Contact This DepartmentGreat Falls Clinic Specialty Center
3000 15th Avenue South
Great Falls, MT 59405