The Radiology Services You Need. At a Location Near You.
Fully staffed and equipped, St. Luke’s Outpatient Care offers radiology services including general x-ray, MRI, CT, Nuclear Medicine, TOMO mammography, Interventional Radiology, Ultrasound and DEXA/bone densitometry, as well as medical lab services designed to get you the services you need with results delivered quickly and accurately.
At St. Luke’s Outpatient Care Center, we respect your time, your dignity and your health. That’s why we’ve setup locations across Northwest Ohio that are equipped and staffed to serve your radiology and imaging needs quickly and efficiently.
St. Luke’s Hospital offers medical imaging services at three convenient locations across Northwest Ohio. If your doctor has ordered an X-ray, MRI, or other type of radiology service that creates an image of the inside of the body, chances are, we’ve got a location near you that can efficiently provide the results you need.
We accept all major insurance plans, but please feel free to call us or your insurance provider to see if your plan is included. To schedule an appointment, please call Central Scheduling at 419.897.8328 (the toll-free number is 866.210.7866; you can fax us paperwork at 419.897.8442).
All radiology procedures are provided by the physicians of Toledo Radiological Associates. Please note that you will receive a separate bill from the physicians of Toledo Radiological Associates after your imaging procedure.
Radiology Services Provided Include
- Liver Elastography – Ultrasound (US) elastography is considered a non-invasive, convenient, and precise technique to grade the degree of liver fibrosis by measuring liver stiffness.
- MSK US – Musculoskeletal. Ultrasound imaging uses sound waves to produce pictures of muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints throughout the body. It is used to help diagnose sprains, strains, tears, and other soft tissue conditions. Ultrasound is safe, noninvasive, and does not use ionizing radiation.
- Pulmonary Thrombolysis (EKOS) for Pulmonary Embolisms – Ekos catheter was recently cleared by the FDA to aid in infusion and in breaking down pulmonary emboli faster than traditional lytic treatment .
- Kyphoplasties – Surgical procedure designed to stop the pain caused by a spinal fracture, to stabilize the bone, and to restore some or all of the lost vertebral body height due to the compression fracture.
- Port a cath insertions/removals/exchanges (for chemo, continuous therapies) – A small incision is made in skin on the chest where a “pocket” is created under the skin for the port. Local anaesthetic is administered to the side of the neck and using ultrasound guidance, access is gained to the vein in the neck, via a small (5mm) incision.
- Vascular interventions (shorter recovery times than open surgeries) – an exciting subspecialty which utilizes image-guidance to perform a variety of minimally invasive, vascular and non-vascular procedures to treat a wide range of diseases. Instead of large incisions required for some open surgeries, these procedures are performed through small incisions, allowing catheters, needles and other devices to be guided to the treatment site.
- Mammograms – TOMO- 3 locations- 3D Breast tomosynthesis is an advanced type of mammogram that can offer better cancer detection, fewer call backs and greater peace of mind. It is standard protocol for all screening mammograms.
- Magseed – (the size of a grain of rice) is inserted into the breast lesion under image guidance, up to 30 days prior to surgery. This Magnetic Seed Localization (MSL) is a new technique to help Radiologists and Surgeons localize impalpable breast lesions. During surgery, through a combination of audio and visual feedback, the surgeon can use location of the seed to orientate the specimen and guide the excisional breast biopsy.
- LDCT Screenings – The goal of LDCT lung screening is to detect lung cancer earlier. Without LDCT lung screening, lung cancer is usually not found until a person develops symptoms. At that time, the cancer is much harder to treat. LDCT lung screening is recommended for people who are at high risk for lung cancer. Certain criteria must be met to in order for your physician to order this CT exam.
- PET CT services – The combination PET/CT scanner is a major advance in imaging technology and patient care. As the name implies, it combines two scanners — the PET (Positron Emission Tomography), which shows metabolism and the function of cells, and the CT (Computed Tomography), which shows detailed anatomy — into one. PET/CT identifies disease at its earliest stages to help aid in quicker staging of treatments.
- CT colonography, also known as virtual colonoscopy – uses low dose radiation CT scanning to obtain an interior view of the colon (the large intestine) that is otherwise only seen with a more invasive procedure where an endoscope is inserted into the rectum and passed through the entire colon.
St. Luke’s Hospital Outpatient Center
5901 Monclova Rd., Driveway 3
Maumee, OH 43537
Open Monday – Saturday; times vary by procedure.
Diagnostic Radiology and CT Scans are available 24/7
St. Luke’s Radiology – Fallen Timbers
Fallen Timbers Medical Center
5757 Monclova Rd.
Maumee, OH 43537
Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Services: CT scan; ultrasound; digital breast tomography; general radiology; bone densitometry / DEXA scan; venous Doppler; carotid duplex
St. Luke’s Radiology – Regency Court
3000 Regency Court, Suite 105
Toledo, OH 43623
Hours: Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Services: Open MRI; MRI/MRA; 64-slice CT; bone densitometry / DEXA scan; general radiology; ultrasound; venous Doppler; carotid duplex; fluoroscopy