The Radiology Department at Rangely District Hospital is committed to offer the highest quality of medical care. Our services include:
• Digital Diagnostic Imaging
• Low Dose, 64 slice Computed Tomography scanner
• MRI 1.5T magnet strength
• 3D Digital Mammography
• Bone Density

All Radiology imaging is interpreted and read by Diversified Radiology based out of Denver Colorado. This Radiologist group has sub-specialized radiologists and are considered some of the most respected physicians in their field. All of the Radiologists are Board Certified by the American College of Radiology.

Rangely District Hospital's imaging professionals are all certified with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) to serve the community with the highest possible standards of care.

Because of our digital imaging, we have the capability to send imaging to St. Mary's Hospital, Community Hospital, and other specialty physicians located in Grand Junction and surrounding areas for continuity of patient care.

Radiology Services


For an appointment, please call the Radiology department at (970) 675-4275
Patients need an order from a qualified medical provider for an imaging exam.

Mammography patient's may schedule an exam without a physician's order but must provide a physician contact for follow up reporting.

For appointments with one of our physicians, please call:
Rangely Family Clinic - (970) 675-2237


Digital Radiography

Digital Radiology is an accurate and filmless process that is viewed on a computer screen. The digital images can then be instantly available to local physicians as well as other facilities.

Digital Mammography
Rangely District Hospital is an ACR Accredited Mammography Facility. Mammography is a specific type of imaging that uses a low-dose x-ray for the examination of breasts for the early detection of breast cancer in women. Early detection is the best protection against breast cancer.

CAT Scan
Computed Tomography (CT) is a method of body imaging in which a thin X-ray beam rotates around the patient. A computer analyzes the data to construct a cross-sectional image. These images can be stored, viewed on a monitor, or printed on film. In addition, three-dimensional models of organs can be created by stacking the individual images, or "slices".

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a test that uses a magnetic field and pulses of radio wave energy to provide pictures of organs and structures inside the body.

Bone Density
Also called a Dexa scan, is a scan to determine those patients at risk of osteoporosis.

Osteoporosis is a disease that causes bones to become more fragile and more likely to break. This is measured by how many grams of calcium and other bone minerals are packed into a segment of bone. A bone density test is a fairly accurate predictor of your risk of fracture.