McLaren Oakland in Clarkston has the diagnostic imaging technology to help detect disease and conditions at their earliest, most treatable stages. Our advanced diagnostic services paired with our talented staff of board-certified radiologists and credentialed technologists ensure patients and their physicians receive the information they need.
From Computed Tomography to Digital Mammography examinations, the top quality imaging services at McLaren Oakland Clarkston Radiology are here to help you get better.
If you have any questions regarding our diagnostic testing procedures or available appointment times, please call our office at (248) 922-9353.
Hours of operation
7:00am to 6:00pm Monday through Friday.
To schedule outpatient services, please contact (248) 922-9353.
We are located at 6770 Dixie Highway, Suite 100 in Clarkston.
Advanced diagnostic imaging services at McLaren Oakland in Clarkston are helping to improve health outcomes and save lives every day. A wide range of services are available, including:
- Nuclear Medicine - Nuclear Medicine is a medical specialty involving the application of radioactive substances in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. In nuclear medicine imaging, radiopharmaceuticals are taken internally, either intravenously or orally. Then external detectors capture or form images from the radiation that is given from the radiopharmaceuticals. Appointments must be made for exams.
- Computed Tomography (CT) - Computed Tomography also known at CT scan produces detailed images of organs, blood vessels, bones and the spinal cord by transmitting X-ray pulses through the body. Generally speaking CT scans last no longer than 20 minutes. Preparation time may be needed for some tests. Appointments must be made for exams.
- Mammography - We are accredited in digital mammography with the State of Michigan, American College of Radiology and the Federal Government. Our technologists are female and registered in mammography. Appointments are recommended for exams.
- Radiography - Commonly known as X-ray, radiography is the oldest, most frequently used form of medical imaging. X-ray imaging is very fast and provides a rapid method of evaluating the entire body, especially the joints, bones and chest. Our X-ray exams are done on a walk in basis.
- Ultrasound - Ultrasound converts high frequency sound waves into real time visual images. While most often associated with assessing the condition of a mother and unborn child during pregnancy, ultrasound technology is also used to diagnose abdominal and vascular conditions, as well as breast and prostate cancers. Appointments are recommended for exams.