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Vascular imaging

Advanced imaging for comprehensive care

We provide a full spectrum of non-invasive vascular exams in our IAC accredited vascular lab, to meet all of your complex vascular imaging needs.

With our team of highly skilled registered vascular techs on the clock 24/7, you can rest easy knowing you will get the highest quality vascular ultrasound exams in the Mid-Willamette Valley. We work closely with our vascular surgeons to provide you with the highest level of care.

At Salem Health, we are dedicated to providing exceptional care for patients with vascular conditions. Through advanced imaging techniques, our experienced team help in the early detection, accurate diagnosis and effective treatment of various vascular disorders.


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At Salem Health, we take care of our patients every step of the way to help you better understand what is wrong and how we’re going to help you toward improved cardiovascular health. Through expert patient education and treatment, we help patients and their loved ones learn more about their care. Our team is centered on your care.



Vascular imaging services

Venous access

Venous access (vein exams) are commonly ordered to evaluate for blood clots in your arm or leg. Providers typically order an ultrasound if you are having limb swelling or pain.

Arterial imaging

Arterial (artery) exams are commonly ordered to evaluate the circulation in your arms and legs. If your provider orders this exam if they are likely concerned about peripheral arterial disease (or PAD). 

Cerebrovascular imaging

Carotid exams are specific to the arteries of the head and neck, evaluating the blood flow going to your brain and looking for plaque build-up. These exams are commonly ordered if you are experiencing any stroke-like symptoms.

Abdominal imaging

We perform a number of specialized exams of the abdomen to evaluate blood flow to various organs. For each of our abdominal ultrasounds listed, you will be asked not to eat for eight hours prior to the exam. This helps us visualize the blood vessels more clearly.

Dialysis access

For those in kidney failure that require dialysis to filter the blood, we will assess your arteries and veins in the arms to find the best place for the vascular surgeon to use for your procedure.





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Salem Health Heart and Vascular Center

Salem Hospital, Building B
665 Winter St. SE
Salem, OR 97301

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Phone: 503-814-1700
Vascular imaging fax: 503-814-7519