Learn more about our physician-led cardiac imaging center in partnership with St. Joseph Medical Center
Our mission at our imaging center is to improve lives by blending knowledge, expertise, and state-of-the-art imaging technology to evaluate cardiac perfusion, function, structure, and size. We have a team of experts trained to provide a suite of diagnostic options right in our clinic.
How We Help
Here’s how our nuclear cardiac imaging helps patients just like you.
The Nuclear Cardiac Imaging Center helps patients by providing them with information that evaluates their heart function, structure, perfusion, and size.
We provide a suite of diagnostic testing on site.
We get patients in quickly to perform testing that measures heart function.
We have state-of-the-art equipment which provides the highest quality image allowing for better detection of heart disease.
The use of advanced technology means testing is performed in half the time of old technology.
Our team of experts are trained in cardiac nursing and imaging.
Learn more about our cardiac stress testing in Kansas City.
Our nuclear cardiac imaging team includes experts trained in cardiac nursing, nuclear imaging physics, and nuclear cardiology technology. Each team member works in concert to support our physicians. We are proud to provide a complete suite of diagnostic options available on site to give the highest level of quality for each individual.
Our expert technologists perform our nuclear cardiac tests with our new state-of-the-art camera, and then our physicians read the tests.
A noninvasive nuclear imaging test that uses radioactive material called tracers to produce pictures of the heart. This scan looks at blood flow through the heart and is used to determine if a heart attack has occurred and to diagnose coronary artery disease. The amount of radiation is small and is therefore safe for most people.
Nuclear amyloidosis imaging can determine the prevalence and or severity of amyloid in the heart. Deposits of amyloid in the heart cause cardiac amyloidosis, which can lead to congestive heart failure and arrhythmias.
MUGA scan is an imaging test that looks at the heart muscle to see if it is pumping blood appropriately to the rest of the body. This test also shows any abnormalities in the heart’s size.