Trusted quality close to home.

Our imaging services offer you the latest technology and highly trained experts to quickly provide the most precise images you and your doctor need to diagnose and treat your medical condition.

Whether you choose a Fairview Imaging or HealthEast Imaging location, you can be sure you’ll receive the high-quality imaging services you expect. Our experienced technologists focus on your needs. They will help you through your procedure, answer questions, and make you feel as comfortable as possible throughout your visit.

University of Minnesota Health Partnership

Our partnership with the University of Minnesota—a world leader in the development of new techniques, software, and medical imaging equipment—
enables us to provide the most advanced services in the marketplace.

Putting your experience first

We are focused on making your experience with us the best it can be. Our compassionate team provides you with detailed explanations of the processes you will experience along with high-quality care delivery. Meeting your needs is the most important element of everything we do.

Taking the stress out

We strive to make your imaging experience easy and stress free. When you visit a Fairview Imaging or HealthEast Imaging location, you can expect:

  • Convenient locations near where you live and work.
  • Easy appointment scheduling.
  • Competitive pricing.


We provide a wide range of imaging services, from the simple to the complex. Find the location that works best for you. The following are offered:

  • Breast imaging (2D, 3D, and diagnostic mammograms).
  • Cardiac imaging.
  • Computed tomography (CT).
  • DEXA bone density scans.
  • Interventional radiology (IR).
  • MRI (magnetic resonance imaging).
  • Nuclear medicine.
  • PET (position emission tomography) scans.
  • Ultrasound.
  • Vascular imaging.
  • X-rays.
Before having any diagnostic imaging, please let your physician or technologist know if you have any of the following: 
  • Bones with metal pins, screws, etc. 
  • Brain, aortic, or cartoid clips. 
  • Cardiac pacemaker or heart valve. 
  • Cochlear or stapedial implants.
  • Electrodes from heart monitor. 
  • Harrington rods. 
  • Hearing device and/or dentures. 
  • Insulin pump. 
  • Metal in your eye or tattoo eyeliner.
  • Metal mesh or wire structures.
  • Neurostimulators. 
  • Prosthesis.
  • Shrapnel. 
  • Shunts.

Care Team