Turn to AMI for Women’s Imaging

We know a busy life, work, and family schedule can get in the way of routine exams. But now is the time to start taking care of yourself.

When choosing a center for your imaging exam, you should consider the team of imaging specialists that will be performing and interpreting your exam as well as the equipment being used. The best equipment and the best interpretation lead to the best outcomes.

We offer a full range of imaging services for breast, cardiovascular, peripheral arterial disease, and gynecological, just to name a few. For your convenience, our offices offer early morning, extended evening, and weekend hours. To schedule an appointment online, click here.

Mammography and Breast Imaging

AMI received the Breast Imaging Center of Excellence Award by the American College of Radiology. The Breast Imaging Center of Excellence Award recognizes our dedication to improving women's health by participating in rigorous quality assurance programs.

Some of our services include:

  • 3D Mammography
    • 3D mammography produces three-dimensional images of the breast. This helps provide greater detail than conventional mammography potentially leading to better detection of breast cancers. The process is performed at the same time as a normal mammography, with no noticeable difference in the experience or exam time for the patient. Women with dense breast tissue can receive more accurate and reliable breast cancer screenings through 3D mammography because it allows radiologists to view breast images from multiple angles.
  • Breast MRI
    • Breast MRI is a non-invasive painless exam that uses one of our MRI machines to create very high detail pictures of the breast. There is no radiation with MRI. This can be used to further evaluate a finding seen on ultrasound or mammography. It may also be used to evaluate breast implants.
  • Breast Biopsy
    • AMI performs minimally invasive breast biopsies. You will be given a tiny needle of local anesthesia to numb the area. A needle is inserted into the breast and a small sample of tissue is taken and sent to a pathologist for analysis. The procedure requires only a local anesthetic and leaves little to no scarring. You can resume normal activity the following day.


Ultrasound is a safe, non-invasive test that is radiation-free. This can be used to evaluate the uterus, ovaries, pregnancy, leg veins, arteries, and more. Obstetrical ultrasound is the evaluation of the fetus during pregnancy. It is used to confirm pregnancy; determine whether there is more than one baby, and assess the age and well-being of a fetus.

Coronary CTA

Heart disease is the number one cause of death for women. This disease is particularly dangerous because it rarely has any noticeable symptoms. Keeping up with your heart and vascular health can tell you what kind of lifestyle changes you need to make to prevent a heart attack or stroke. A Coronary CTA is a heart imaging test that helps your doctor determine if there are any blockages in your heart. This test can show any plaque that many have built up in your coronary arteries, the arteries that supply blood flow to the heart.

The Vascular Institute at AMI

The AMI Vascular Institute offers a multidisciplinary team of vascular surgeons and vascular interventional radiologists with more than 100 years of combined experience. We will deliver compassionate care using advanced and innovative technologies while providing patients with state-of-the-art treatments and individual care plans.

Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE)

Uterine fibroids are somewhat common, affecting 20-40% of women over the age of 35. Uterine fibroids are growths that develop on the muscular wall of the uterus. Fibroids can dramatically increase in size during pregnancy. They typically improve after menopause when the level of estrogen, the female hormone that circulates in the blood, decreases dramatically. However, menopausal women who are taking supplemental estrogen (hormone replacement therapy) may not experience relief of symptoms. The detection of uterine fibroids is the most common cause of hysterectomies being performed on premenopausal women. Uterine fibroid embolization (UFE), an alternative to a hysterectomy, addresses the issue through inserting a tiny catheter into the artery that is supplying the growth with blood and stopping the flow, effectively killing the fibroid. A UFE does not require general anesthesia, although the patient is sedated in order so that no pain is felt.

Vein Treatments

Are experiencing discomfort, pain, or unsightliness in your legs? You might be among the estimated 20-25 million other Americans also suffering from venous reflux disease. The Vascular Institute at AMI specializes in providing minimally invasive solutions to the whole spectrum of vein-related medical issues.