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Ultrasound Procedures By Appointment Only
Available Tuesday through Friday 8 am to 3 pm

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your exam to register. You will check in at the admissions desk at the Outpatient Clinic. Once you have signed in, the department staff will come to the waiting area to escort you to the imaging area. Please be prepared to provide information on your insurance and medical history. The report of the exam will be electronically sent to your provider within 24 hours.

Also providing Diagnostic Breast Ultrasound exams

In some situations, the radiologist may request additional x-rays or a diagnostic breast ultrasound. 3D mammography exams are still the gold standard for imaging of the breast; however, breast ultrasound can usually focus on a targeted area seen on the Mammogram. BCH follows ACR standards when performing breast ultrasound and the Sonographer is breast-certified with the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Patients can schedule follow-up testing at BCH for diagnostic mammography and ultrasound rather than going out of county for testing.

Diagnostic Imaging: Ultrasound Brochure

Make An Appointment

For more information or to make an appointment in Bonners Ferry call (208) 267-3141 ext 4258

All exams require an order from your healthcare provider.
New Ultrasound Arrives in Bonners Ferry

Bonners Ferry, ID January 22, 2019 – Boundary Community Hospital is pleased to announce it has recently installed new Ultrasound equipment in Bonners Ferry.  The Phillips Epiq5 Ultrasound System is a new direction for premium ultrasound featuring an uncompromised level of clinical performance to meet the challenges of today’s most demanding practices – the most powerful architecture ever applied to ultrasound imaging-touching all aspects of acoustic acquisition and processing allowing you to truly experience Ultrasound’s evolution to a more definitive modality.

MicroFlow Imaging (MFI) is a new high-resolution flow mode that improves flow imaging on small, low-velocity vascular structures.

Supported by a family of PureWave transducers that provide exceptional clinical performance for a wide range of patient types including obese and technically challenging patients. The PureWave crystal technology is clinically proven to improve penetration in difficult-to-image patients, more efficiently with excellent performance. Our digital connection to the regional Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) allows our images and reports to be shared directly with your provider.

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