DHA Alaska

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Comprehensive Diagnostic Imaging Services

Diagnostic Health Alaska is conveniently located in midtown Anchorage. For over thirty years, DHA has provided exceptional imaging services, tailored to each individual patient. Our range of imaging services is the broadest in the community.

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Why Choose Us?

Our on-site, board-certified radiologists and state-of-the-art technology ensure high-quality imaging and accurate diagnoses.

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PATIENT CARE AND SERVICE

Our caring staff ensures each patient receives high-quality studies and quick medical imaging results.

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BOARD-CERTIFIED RADIOLOGISTS

The physicians at DHA are among the best in their fields. Our radiology team is led by Medical Director, Marc Beck, M.D.

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STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY

We use advanced imaging technology, including low-dose radiation CT and digital mammography.

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CONVENIENCE

We have a convenient location in midtown Anchorage, same-day appointments, as well as courtesy insurance billing, verification and authorization services.

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Our Services

Diagnostic Health Alaska provides high-quality, patient-centered care. We work to ensure each individual patient has an exceptional experience.

We communicate directly with the referring doctor to provide the information needed for an accurate diagnosis.

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CT SCAN

CT uses X-rays and computer technology to create images of bones, organs, and blood vessels. CT images help doctors diagnose conditions and determine treatment.

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MAMMOGRAPHY

Mammography uses low-dose X-rays of the breasts for early detection of cancer. This procedure can identify abnormal growths that are too small or deep to be detected during a routine self-exam.

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MRI

Doctors use MRI to find diseases or abnormalities in the body without using X-rays. MRI uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the body.

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NUCLEAR MEDICINE

Nuclear medicine uses small amounts of radioactive substances to evaluate organs, bones, or tissues. Unlike X-rays, where external radiation is used, in nuclear medicine the patient takes radiopharmaceuticals internally.

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PET/CT

PET/CT fuses PET and CT scans together to create a combined image with more complete information about cancer location and metabolism.

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ULTRASOUND

Ultraound is a safe, radiation-free imaging method that shows a range of body tissues. Ultrasound systems use high-frequency sound waves to create images that help doctors evaluate tissues.

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X-RAY

Classic X-ray technology creates two-dimensional images of almost every part of the body and is often used as a first test in radiologic diagnosis.

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FLUOROSCOPY

Providers use fluoroscopy to evaluate body systems as they move, such as the digestive, urinary, skeletal and reproductive systems.

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PAIN MANAGEMENT

Pain, discomfort, and malfunction of a joint may be treated or diagnosed using injections. Our radiologists perform a variety of injections under C-arm fluoroscopy, including pain management procedures and arthrograms.

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    OUR SERVICES

    Diagnostic Health Alaska provides high-quality, patient-centered care. We work to ensure each individual patient has an exceptional experience.

    We communicate directly with the referring doctor to provide the information needed for an accurate diagnosis.

    View Our Services Contact Us


  • CT SCAN

    CT SCAN

    CT uses X-rays and computer technology to create images of bones, organs, and blood vessels. CT images help doctors diagnose conditions and determine treatment.

    More Information


  • MAMMOGRAPHY

    Mammography uses low-dose X-rays of the breasts for early detection of cancer. This procedure can identify abnormal growths that are too small or deep to be detected during a routine self-exam.

    More Information


  • MRI

    Doctors use MRI to find diseases or abnormalities in the body without using X-rays. MRI uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the body.

    More Information


  • NUCLEAR MEDICINE

    Nuclear medicine uses small amounts of radioactive substances to evaluate organs, bones, or tissues. Unlike X-rays, where external radiation is used, in nuclear medicine the patient takes radiopharmaceuticals internally.

    More Information


  • PET/CT

    PET/CT fuses PET and CT scans together to create a combined image with more complete information about cancer location and metabolism.

    More Information


  • ULTRASOUND

    Ultraound is a safe, radiation-free imaging method that shows a range of body tissues. Ultrasound systems use high-frequency sound waves to create images that help doctors evaluate tissues.

    More Information


  • X-RAY

    Classic X-ray technology creates two-dimensional images of almost every part of the body and is often used as a first test in radiologic diagnosis.

    More Information


  • FLUOROSCOPY

    Providers use fluoroscopy to evaluate body systems as they move, such as the digestive, urinary, skeletal and reproductive systems.

    More Information


  • PAIN MANAGEMENT

    Pain, discomfort, and malfunction of a joint may be treated or diagnosed using injections. Our radiologists perform a variety of injections under C-arm fluoroscopy, including pain management procedures and arthrograms.

    More Information

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Conveniently located, our center provides the broadest range of imaging services in the community.

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