At Bozeman Health Radiology, we use advanced imaging equipment managed by our highly experienced technologists and radiologists. Our care team ensures you are comfortable while obtaining the best possible images, allowing our physicians to make accurate diagnoses so that you receive the most effective treatment.
It is important to note that a provider’s order must be placed before you call to schedule your imaging appointment. Please contact your provider’s office to make sure they have submitted your order before you call.
Scheduling Your Imaging Appointment
- Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital radiology scheduling is available at 406-414-1035 weekdays from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Bozeman Health Big Sky Medical Center radiology scheduling can be reached at 406-995-6995.
- For EEGS, call 406-414-5051.
- For echocardiograms, call 406-414-3959.
- If your provider is not with Bozeman Health, they can submit a fax order at 406-414-1657 for Deaconess Hospital, or to Big Sky Medical Center at 406-995-6999.
- Our film library can be reached at 406-414-5041 for radiology images or reports.
- Appointments are not required for X-rays. X-rays can be done on a walk-in basis at entrance 5 at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital, or at Bozeman Health Belgrade Clinic. You will need to schedule an X-ray for an appointment at Big Sky Medical Center.
Lab draws may be needed for patients who are receiving contrast dye for a CT or MRI scan within 30 days of your scan. You will be required to have your blood drawn if you are over 60 years old or have any history of cancer, diabetes, or kidney problems. Your doctor may also request that you have your blood drawn even if you do not meet these conditions.
Lab draws are available at:
- Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital, entrance 5 (walk-in)
- Bozeman Health Big Sky Medical Center (appointment required)
- Bozeman Health Belgrade Clinic (walk-in)
The Bozeman Health Mammogram Project helps make this lifesaving detection screening available to all women. Funding is available for screening mammograms for women without insurance or who are underinsured. Visit the Mammogram Project to learn more.