SWDIC Imaging Q&A
No, you must have a doctor’s order to schedule an imaging exam. However, a screening mammogram can be scheduled without a doctor’s order, but you will still need to provide a physician’s name and contact information for result review.
Yes, same-day appointments are available, but limited, based on no-shows and cancellations. It is best to call ahead and see if availability is available. Walk-ins are accepted for X-rays only, Monday – Friday from 7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
No, if you are looking for a same day add-on you will have to call our scheduling department to see about availability. Scheduling Department: 214-345-4331
Prior to your appointment our confirmations department will contact you to review your exam prep with you. You can also review exam preparation.
Notify our switchboard at 214-345-6905
Yes, however children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by another adult.
Yes, bring your parking ticket with you to check-in. You will be presented with a parking voucher.
If your exam is a STAT call, the radiologist will call the physician directly. In most cases reports are sent in less than 48 hours of your exam’s completion. However, please note that Medical Offices may take several days to contact you regarding your results based on their availability.
No. Results are sent directly to the referring physician. If it’s a stat call, the radiologist will call the physician directly.
For claims and billing questions, call 214-345-2098
For insurance benefit questions, call 214-345-5560
We offer self-pay rates. These rates are owed in full at the time of service.
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa, Check, Cash, FSA/HSA Cards, and CareCredit
Yes, to learn more visit: www.CareCredit.com
No, we have one location centrally located in Dallas. We offer more imaging equipment than most hospitals with 4 MRI scanners, 3 CT machines, 1 PET/CT, 5 digital X-ray rooms, 5 ultrasound machines, 2 digital mammography rooms, and 1 DEXA table.
Yes, every department has Spanish speaking team members. We have a translator service that can provide translation for any language. This includes sign language.
No, we do not accept personal injury cases.
Yes, we do accept workers comp cases. However, we do not handle third-party filing. Therefore, for us to provide treatment, the cases must be preapproved. If the case is not preapproved, the patient will be required to pay upfront for the services.
Yes, we are accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) in every modality. Being ACR Accredited ensures we provide the highest level of image quality and safety. As well as meet all the requirements for equipment, medical personnel, and quality assurance.