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Lung Cancer Screening

Lung cancer is typically diagnosed at more advanced stages making it more difficult to treat and cure. A low-dose CT scan produces a 3-D image of the lungs and is the most effective way to detect early-stage lung cancer for high-risk patients.

Should you be screened? Click here.

For more information, call 425-688-0100.

Medical Imaging

Overlake offers comprehensive outpatient and inpatient medical imaging services as a result of our acquisition of Washington Imaging Services.

We are proud to offer a filmless environment — complete with a picture archiving communications systems (PACS). The PACS digitally stores, transmits and displays medical images allowing for immediate access to patient information and increased efficiency.


Our state-of-the-art technology includes a new GE 64-slice CT, new digital and computed radiography equipment, and a new Philips Skylight dual head nuclear medicine gamma camera. This technology, combined with the compassion and caring of the medical imaging staff at Overlake, provides a healing environment where medical excellence is standard.

Five-star services offered at Overlake include computerized and digital radiography (X-Ray), Fluoroscopy, Computed Tomography (CT), Nuclear Medicine (NM), Ultrasound (US) and Interventional Radiology (IR) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) which includes breast MRI.


Medical Imaging services are available 24 hours a day. Walk-ins are welcome for exams that do not require preparation procedures (Prior authorization is required and is dependent on space available).

To schedule an exam, please call our centralized scheduling department at 425-688-5700 or fax your request to 425-688-5710.

Obtaining Your Images

To obtain a compact disc of your medical images taken at Overlake, please call 425-688-5564 and choose option 3 from the voicemail menu.

What our patients say about our medical imaging employees

“I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your staff; particularly the ultrasound tech who was so diligent and thorough. She saved my life and words can’t express my gratitude. Your facility is awesome and I would recommend it to anyone.” “I just want to tell you that I had excellent care during my visit to your department, I felt very comfortable with everyone. They were very professional and kind.” “My visit to your department was great. The tech that took my ankle x-rays was superb, really kind and caring.”

Did You Know?

A registered technologist specializes in radiography and radiation physics. He/she must complete a two-year intensive program and successfully pass a written registry examination. Due to strict standards, hospitals often employ the most talented and skilled professionals in this field.

The physician with a subspecialty in a particular area offers the patient heightened insight and expertise. Subspecialty training gives the physician a greater breadth and depth of knowledge which benefits the patient.

Overlake is compliant with all the Federal privacy regulations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). The Overlake Privacy Statement is available on this website.


Parking is FREE at our Issaquah and Redmond sites. Parking is validated at our hospital locations.


Overlake Medical Center - 1035 116th Ave NE, Bellevue

Medical Tower (hospital campus) - 1135 116th Ave NE, Suite 110, Bellevue

Issaquah - 5708 E Lake Sammamish Pkwy SE, Issaquah

Redmond - 17209 Redmond Way, Redmond



Contact Us

If you would like to schedule an imaging procedure, call 425-688-0100. To speak to a Medical Imaging staff member, call 425-688-5564.