Ultrasound

Wooster Community Hospital and HealthPoint offer the service of Ultrasound, or Sonography. This technology is a valuable imaging tool that uses sound waves (and no radiation) to view images of the body.  Ultrasound can evaluate many of the body's internal organs, as well as allow observation of unborn babies.

Some Ultrasound exams, such as those for blood vessels and the heart, can be captured in real time. This provides an actual recording of information for the physician to review. Other organs and unborn children are best evaluated with a sequence of still pictures taken during the examination.

Contact

Call the Ultrasound Scheduling Department
330-263-8660

Office Hours

At HealthPoint services can be scheduled:

  • Monday-Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

At Wooster Community Hospital services can be scheduled:

  • Monday-Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Locations

Wooster Community Hospital, Main Campus

HealthPoint

Common Uses

View images of a baby before birth
Determine source of pain or swelling
Guide needle-biopsy procedures

Special Services

Mammography
Mammography

Wooster Community Hospital offers Digital Mammography as a screening tool for the detection of breast diseases in women. As early detection is the best protection. Digital Mammography is capable of detecting cancer one to three years before the development of a lump or the production of any symptoms. If you would like more information about mammography and how it can benefit you please visit our Mammography page.

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Vascular Lab
Vascular Lab

The Vascular Laboratory at Wooster Community Hospital provides blood flow evaluations on the veins and arteries of the legs, arms, and neck. Testing is performed using ultrasound and Doppler equipment that produces images of blood vessels as well as blood flow information. For more information about the Wooster Community Hospital Vascular lab please visit the Vascular Lab page.

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Diagnostic Cardiac Testing
Diagnostic Cardiac Testing

The Wooster Community Hospital Diagnostic Cardiac Testing unit has developed many testing procedures that allow us to learn various pieces of information about your heart and it’s performance. Through these test we can determine the best and most effective treatment for your specific heart condition. For more information about our cardiac testing please visit the Diagnostic Cardiac Testing page.

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