Imaging Services


Our goal at Trinity Regional is to offer an experience that exceeds your expectations. Our highly trained team of imaging professionals will provide a friendly and comfortable atmosphere while remaining highly diligent about patient safety. With advanced imaging and radiology equipment, our certified technologists and board-certified physicians can detect internal injuries or diseases; and will work as a team to develop a treatment plan specifically for you.

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Imaging & Radiology

From broken bones in the Emergency Department to advanced imaging studies and diagnoses, our mission is to provide quick and accurate results. Our convenient location, ground floor parking, easy registration process and same day appointment times help us get you back to your everyday routine. We understand how hectic life can be. We offer the following conveniences to help get you in and out as quickly as possible:

  • Printable patient registration forms that can be completed prior to visit. (coming soon)
  • Same day appointments
  • Complimentary ground floor parking
  • Accurate results of your imaging study within 12-24 hours of your appointment
  • Complimentary CD of your imaging study
  • Arthrograms:
    Conventional arthrography is the x-ray examination of a joint that uses a special form of x-ray called fluoroscopy and a contrast material containing iodine. Arthrographic images help physicians evaluate alterations in the structure and function of a joint. It also helps to determine the possible need for treatment which could include surgery or joint replacement.
  • CT:
    Computed Tomography (CT or Cat Scan) is a form of radiation used to create images that can be reformatted and viewed in multiple planes, much like slices of bread. Your physician might order a CT to view internal organs, bones, soft tissue, and blood vessels. CT technology provides greater detail than a traditional x-ray, especially when viewing soft tissue and blood vessels. A technologist with specialized training in CT works closely with a radiologist to interpret imagines to diagnose and treat certain conditions.
  • MRI:
    Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, is a non-invasive, painless way to look at organs and tissues inside the body. An MRI is a test that can find changes in your body and can lead to early diagnosis and treatment of disease. Patients are screened extensively to rule out any metallic foreign objects in the body, which would prevent an MRI from being performed. MRI does not use radiation; instead, it uses a large magnet, radio waves, and a computer to create images of your organs and tissues.
  • Myelograms:
    Conventional myelography is the x-ray examination of a section of the spinal column that uses a special form of x-ray called fluoroscopy and a contrast material containing iodine. Myelography images help physicians evaluate alterations in structure and function of disk space and help to determine the possible need for treatment.
  • Nuclear medicine:
    Nuclear Medicine is a test that involves radioactive tracers that a patient receives via IV or ingestion (eating or swallowing). Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse has a gamma camera, which means that the camera does not emit radiation, but instead has tubes that pick up where the radiation is exiting the body. Nuclear Medicine studies can be a same day study, or can take multiple days.
  • Ultrasound:
    Ultrasound, also known as Sonograph, is used to create images of soft tissue structures using sound waves. It can also measure the flow of blood in the arteries to detect blockages. A technologist with specialized training in ultrasound works closely with a Radiologist to interpret ultrasound images to help diagnose and treat certain conditions.
  • X-ray:
    Digital X-rays are a form of radiation used to create images of the bone and soft tissue structures. This is a quick and painless non-invasive procedure that allows the radiologist (a physician trained to read medical imaging) to diagnose internal conditions.
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