Beebe offers state-of-the-art imaging technology at multiple locations for your convenience. Appointments are preferred for x-ray tests, but walk-ins are allowed. All other imaging tests require an appointment.
For more information on what services are offered, please see our How Can We Help You section below.
Online Scheduling is not available for Imaging.
How Can We Help You?
What to Know About Imaging at Beebe
- Convenient locations: Beebe Imaging is open at the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus, Georgetown, Rehoboth Health Campus, Millsboro, and Milton
- State-of-the-art imaging technology
- Team of 113 team members at multiple locations
- Services include: Mammograms (3D technology), MRI and Open MRI (Oak Orchard location), C-Arm, Ultrasound, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, PET/CT, Lung Cancer Screenings and Bone Density
Call (302) 645-3278 to schedule your imaging appointment.
What is a Mammogram?
A mammogram is a non-invasive x-ray used to check for signs of breast cancer and other abnormalities. Radiologists review mammograms to look for changes in breasts, such as calcifications or masses. Such changes may or may not be caused by breast cancer. If abnormalities or changes are detected, your doctor will likely request a follow-up appointment for additional imaging tests. This usually includes a diagnostic mammogram.
A mammogram is the only test shown to reduce breast cancer deaths. Mammograms can detect cancer early — when most treatable — long before it can be felt by a doctor. This improves odds of survival and can help avoid more extensive treatment. "If you are a woman between the ages of 40 and 70, you should have a mammogram every year," said Dr. Diana Dickson-Witmer. Beebe's Breast Health program offers individualized treatment with the support of Medical, Radiation and Surgical Oncologists, clinical coordinators, care providers, and Breast Health Nurse Navigators who are with you during your entire journey.
Beebe Imaging Services
Other imaging services available include:
- Open MRI (Oak Orchard location)
- Nuclear Medicine
- Lung Cancer Screenings
- Bone Density Scans
Use the Quick Links to learn more about these types of Imaging.