Diagnostic Imaging

Since Roentgen first discovered x-rays in 1895, the field of radiography has made incredible strides both as an art and as a science. Today's computer aided technologies allow doctors to diagnose and treat diseases more quickly and with less discomfort than ever before.

The Diagnostic Imaging Department at Vaughan Regional Medical Center provides a complete range of medical imaging procedures in general radiography and in subspecialty areas, such as CT, open and closed MRI, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Interventional Radiology, Mammography, and Bone Densitometry.

Vaughan employs modern technology in its imaging department, including a 64-slice CT Scanner. In a single rotation, this system creates 64 high-resolution anatomical images as thin as a credit card. These images are combined to form a three-dimensional view of the patient's anatomy for the physicians to analyze. From these images, physicians can view such things as blockages in the coronary arteries, as well as the motion and pumping action of a patient's heart.

Located on Medical Center Parkway, just off Highway 80, Vaughan Regional Medical Center is easily accessed by citizens both of Dallas and surrounding counties.

Our highly trained and compassionate staff consists of aides, receptionists, licensed technologists, and registered nurses, who all share the common goal of working together to provide quality imaging care for all types of procedures.

Our main goal at the VRMC Radiology department is to provide high-quality, worry-free care to patients and their families in a timely manner. Any questions about our department and/or the procedures we offer are welcome, and may be directed to 334-418-4169.