Welcome to Eastern Idaho Women's Imaging. Our staff provides compassionate, understanding care in a private setting. We are located in the Medical Office Building west of EIRMC's ER, so you can still easily access our facility without entering the main hospital.
At Eastern Idaho Women's Imaging, we offer 3D and 2D mammograms, breast and abdominal ultrasounds, stereotactic breast biopsy, and bone density testing.
The 3D mammography exam allows doctors to see masses and distortions associated with cancers significantly more clearly than conventional 2D mammography. Instead of viewing all of the complexities of your breast tissue in a flat image, as with conventional 2D mammography, fine details are more visible and no longer hidden by the tissue above or below. Thus, 3D mammography is more accurate: detects 41% more invasive breast cancer and reduces false positives up to 40%.
- Save money – no doctor’s referral needed for a screening (preventative) mammogram if you are a woman over age 40.
- Saturdays and evening appointments available
- Supportive care from an all-female mammography staff
- Conveniently located in a calming environment
- Accredited by the American College of Radiology
How are we keeping patients and staff safe at Eastern Idaho Women’s Imaging?
EIRMC has multiple measures to keep patients and staff safe.
- Temperature checks/ symptom screenings: All EIRMC colleagues, including those working at Eastern Idaho Women’s Imaging, are screened and temperature checked each day. This ensures caregivers do not have a fever or are experiencing other symptoms of COVID-19. Additionally, visitors entering the main part of the hospital are also screened and temperature checked.
- Universal masking precautions: Required for all staff and patients while in patient care areas.
- High level disinfection protocols.
- Social distancing measures enacted in waiting rooms and cafeteria.
How can I help protect myself and others?
- For your protection, we ask that you wear your own mask to Eastern Idaho Women’s Imaging.
- Please wash your hands frequently or use hand sanitizer.
- Our front desk registrar will ask you about symptoms related to COVID-19 or possible exposure to the illness. If you have a fever above 100.4 degrees or are just not feeling well, we ask that you reschedule your visit.
- If you are comfortable, consider coming to your mammogram alone, as the less people in contact, the better. We also recognize that for some women, a companion is important support during a mammogram. Your companion should also use hand sanitizer, mask themselves, and will be asked the same set of screening questions.