Ultrasound

ULTRASOUND SERVICES

At Direct Imaging we strive to be your diagnostic imaging center of choice in the Yakima Valley. We are a full-service diagnostic imaging center located in the heart of the West Valley of Yakima, providing quality and affordable solutions to your imaging needs.

We also provide the highest quality reads by Board Certified fellowship trained radiologists who are specifically trained in reviewing your particular image and finding  you the answers that you seek through diagnostic imaging. Ask your provider to send you directly to Direct Imaging so we can start getting you answers today. We do all modalities of Xray, Ultrasound, CT Scans and MRI’s using our state-of-the-art GE machines and wonderful technologists. 

We would like to be your outpatient diagnostic imaging center of choice.  As you can see from our prices, we offer a much better value than traditional choices specifically the hospitals have given in the past.

What's an Ultrasound?

Ultrasound imaging is fast, safe, and painless. Also called a sonogram, ultrasound uses sound waves to produce images of the inside of your body. A transducer (probe) sends sound waves into a specific area of your body, and the sound waves bounce back through a computer to generate images.

Ultrasound images are obtained in real time, so they can show the structure of internal organs, and even blood flowing through blood vessels. They’re used to see babies inside pregnant women, and to diagnose some medical conditions.

Ultrasound is appropriate for:
  • Monitoring a baby’s health in the womb
  • Viewing Blood Vessels/Blood Clots
  • Liver, Spleen, and Pancreas
  • Kidneys and Bladder
  • Uterus and Ovaries
  • Testicles
  • Locating Tumors

What is the procedure like?

Ultrasound is a relatively quick procedure and usually takes about 25 minutes. Depending on the parts of your body being scanned, you may not be able to eat before your appointment, or you may need to have a full bladder. During the procedure, you lie comfortably on an exam table and the technologist puts a gel on your skin, which helps the transducer (external probe) easily capture the images. The transducer is pressed up against your skin in the area being examined, sending sound waves into your body. The transducer is moved back and forth to get clear images of your organs or the baby. The experience is painless, although you might feel some pressure. Ultrasounds are safer than X-Rays because they do not use radiation.

Ultrasound

Fee Schedule
  • US Carotids $616
  • US Abdomen $378
  • US OB Follow Up $348

We are open Monday – Friday 9AM – 5PM.

We accept Walk-ins as well as scheduled appointments (reduces waiting time).

Payment:
We accept many forms of insurance including Kaiser, Regence and Medicare. We are adding new Insurance Partners all the time, please check with us for the latest list.
We also accept cash and credit cards.

Safety:
We are a small business and recognize the impact the COVID pandemic has had on our local and state economies.  We wipe down our equipment with a medical grade cleanser between every patient, we ask that you wear a mask at all times unless there is a medical reason you cannot.

Satisfaction Guaranteed:
Our goal is your complete satisfaction, if for any reason you are not satisfied notify me [email protected] and I will do my best to rectify the situation.

We are striving to be the best imaging center in Yakima County, please let us know how we are doing.

Dave Atteberry MD MSc.
Medical Director
Direct Imaging PC

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