Legacy Imaging–Mount Hood Medical Center
24800 SE Stark St.
Gresham, OR 97030
Where to park:
Parking is available in the mail hospital parking lot. You are welcome to park in any available space that is not marked "Reserved."
Where to check-in:
For CT, MRI, nuclear medicine and X-ray exams, please check in at the front desk in the main hospital lobby. For breast-related imaging, bone density (DEXA) or ultrasound, please check in at the Breast Health and Outpatient Imaging Center on the first floor of Building 3 on the Legacy Mount Hood campus.
What to bring:
Please bring your insurance card, photo ID and any paperwork that your doctor provides to the appointment.
If you are having an exam that requires a contrast, please bring a list of the medications you are currently taking.
Legacy Imaging Services is a leader in advanced technology, with specialized expertise and dedicated professionals who meet the nation's highest standards for training and qualifications. All our physicians are board-certified and fellowship trained, and all technologists are registered in their specific area of focus.
Our Breast Health and Outpatient Imaging Center offers 3-D mammography, ultrasound and bone density testing (DEXA) in a private, comfortable setting next door to the hospital. Same-day mammogram results are available upon request.
Legacy Mount Hood is accredited by The Joint Commission and named as a Breast Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (ACR). The mammography systems are also Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) certified.
Your safety is important
Legacy is committed to keeping radiation exposure to our patients as low as possible -- the "As Low As Reasonably Achievable" standard. By following this standard, we minimize the risks of radiation, while ensuring the quality of the images. Legacy maintains state-of-the art equipment, which is regularly calibrated and inspected for compliance with national regulations. In addition, Legacy's equipment and facilities are inspected by several outside agencies on a routine basis. Learn more about imaging safety.