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2300 SE 17th St.
Suite 800
Ocala, FL 34471

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Mon-Fri: 7:00am-4:00pm
Sat-Sun: Closed
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Need a mammogram?

Our scheduling team helps you make a mammogram appointment at a time that fits your needs.

Our scheduling team helps you make a mammogram appointment at a time that fits your needs.

About Ocala Imaging Center

Advanced Imaging Centers is now Ocala Imaging Center. Our innovative facilities offer many diagnostic services that help your doctor diagnose your condition and personalize your treatment.

Imaging center for your needs

Proudly serving our community since 1991, our goal is to provide you high-quality radiology care. Our team is well-trained and willing to assist you in meeting your healthcare needs. With two locations, you can schedule an appointment that fits your needs.

Our centers are also accredited by the American College of Radiologists (ACR) — a sign of our commitment to providing exceptional care in a safe environment.

Our imaging services

We offer a range of additional services to meet a variety of medical needs. Our imaging tests aid in robotic surgical planning for joint replacement surgeries such as our program, PROPHESY which helps guide surgeons by mating patient-specific tools for ankle replacement surgery.

Body composition scans

Body composition scanning is a great tool to help you go the next level with your fitness goals. The procedure uses DEXA to determine an accurate, in-depth analysis of your fat, lean muscle, bone and water mass. Body composition scans can be used to identify health risks and pinpoint problems in the body before they occur. For instance, our whole body composition tests shows visceral fat which can be linked to metabolic disturbances, such as breast cancer, cardiovascular disease and Type 2 diabetes.

Our center also offers a self-referral exam for $99 and it doesn't require a referral from your doctor. Talk with one of our team members to find out more information at (352) 867-9606.

The body composition scan provides:
  • Abdominal/visceral fat analysis
  • Body mass index (BMI)
  • Bone densitometry tests
  • Muscle mass breakdown
  • Resting metabolic rate
  • Relative skeletal muscle index

Benefits of a Body Composition Scan
  • Accelerate weight loss and fitness goals with targeted measurements
  • Identify risks for osteoporosis, osteopenia and hormonal imbalances
  • Trended over time to track improvement

Breast imaging services

Our women's imaging services include several tools for breast health. These tests help your doctor identify irregularities so that treatment plans can be created for you when they are most effective.

  • 3D mammography — A variation of a CT scan, this procedure uses X-rays that scan your breast in an arc, creating multiple images at different angles. The result is a stack of high-definition images that can be combined into a 3D image that offers greater visual details, especially if you have dense breast tissue.
  • Breast MRI —This procedure takes pictures of your breast using very powerful magnets and radio waves. Our 1.5T wide, short-bore system, promises sharper imaging, reduced exam time and limited rescanning. The process involves no surgery, radiation or hospitalization plus has no known side effects. The exam is especially useful in evaluating your health if you have a mutated BRCA1 or BRCA2 breast cancer gene.
  • Breast ultrasound — Ultrasounds are especially useful for diagnosing abnormalities not found during a traditional physical exam, mammogram or breast MRI. Stereotactic biopsy — A stereotactic breast biopsy uses mammography to help doctors locate abnormalities in your breast tissue as well as remove tissue samples for lab examination. It's also useful in evaluating calcium deposits or tiny masses not visible by traditional means.
  • Ultrasound-guided procedures — Radiologists use ultrasound imaging to guide noninvasive surgical tools to complete procedures. This advanced procedure includes breast biopsies, breast wire localization, cyst aspirations and thyroid fine needle aspiration (FNA).

Diagnostic lung tests

We offer two types of lung cancer scans:

  • High Resolution CT (HRCT — This type of diagnostic screening aids in diagnosing pulmonary fibrosis and interstitial lung disease.)
  • Low-dose lung screening (LDCT) — This type of CT scan creates multiple, cross-sectional images of the lungs' internal structure. LDCTs detect many irregularities before symptoms begin and uses less radiation than a conventional CT scan. Our team will help determine your eligibility for the screening. So, we set up a session with you and your primary care doctor. During the session, we explain the procedure's risks, it's benefits and share what to expect during the screening.

Additional diagnostic imaging we offer

We offer services ranging from screening to image-guided diagnostic procedures, including:

  • Bone densitometry test — This test, also known as a dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) scan, uses X-rays to quickly and accurately measure the density of bone. It is primarily used to detect osteopenia or osteoporosis, diseases in which the bone's mineral and density are low and the risk of fractures is elevated.
  • Computerized tomography (CT) scan — This advanced type of X-ray creates multiple pictures taken in rapid succession from different angles around the body. Then, our 64-slice scanner makes a computerized, cross-sectional view of internal organs.
  • Digital X-ray — This is a type of X-ray that uses digital sensors to transmit X-ray images. Images are easily transferred and enhanced to provide a faster, more accurate diagnosis over plain film. Digital X-ray exams do not require an appointment.
  • Fluoroscopy — This method uses X-rays to create a video of the body as it is working in real time. With fluoroscopy, we can evaluate the gastrointestinal tract and joints plus perform certain fertility tests.
  • Ultrasound with color Doppler — This specialized ultrasound is used to create pictures of internal body structures with high blood flow plus allows doctors to see blood flow direction. The exam is considered the standard of care, especially in seeing organs such as the liver and reproductive organs plus the extremities.

Finding our imaging centers

We have two locations serving Ocala residents. Our scheduling center team can help you find an appointment that's convenient for you, please talk with a team member at (352) 867-9606.

Ocala Imaging Center

Our main outpatient facility provides multiple services and is about 10 minutes away from the main campus at HCA Florida Ocala Hospital in the Tealbrooke Professional Centre. Using state-of-the art equipment under the direction of board-certified radiologists, we offer the same diagnostic services found in a traditional hospital setting, such as CT scans, mammography, ultrasound and breast ultrasound.

Ocala MRI Center

Our second location specializes in MRI procedures and is also located at the Tealbrooke Professional Center. Our MRI Center offers the latest in MRI technology. The 1.5T wide/short bore system, promises sharper imaging, reduced exam time/rescanning. We enhance your experience through noise reduction, motion forgiveness and the elimination of needing to hold your breath.