ProMed Mobile Imaging
We deploy portable ultrasound and x-ray technologies to anywhere you need.
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We Work with You

We Serve

  • Nursing Homes & Assisted Living

  • Hospice

  • Correctional Facilities

For Patients

Please discuss this with your physician.


If you believe that your community can benefit from having a mobile medical imaging team come to your community, please get in touch with us to discuss this option. We are happy to spend a few days in your community providing routine and urgent imaging exams for your patients.

A standard requisition will be required prior to any imaging exams. These can be faxed to our office.

Mobile Exams

Chest X-ray

Abdomen X-ray

Long-bone X-ray

Spine X-ray

Neck X-ray

Skull X-ray

Knee X-ray

Kidney X-ray ( Kidney Stones)

Bladder X-ray (Bladder Stones)



Assess for kidney stones, gallbladder stones, pancreatitis, liver pathologies, etc.


Full cardiac assessments by certified ‘Echocardiographers’ for any cardiac condition or follow up.

Leg Veins

For leg swelling/pain – assess leg vein clot (DVT), swelling/edema, abscess, etc.

Carotid artery

Assess for arterial plaque that could cause a stroke


Assess for fluid around the lungs (pleural effusion), air in the chest cavity (pneumothorax), focal pneumonia, etc.

1st Trimester Obstetrical

Assessment of the viability, location and wellbeing of the fetus.

Detail obstetrical

20 week fetal detail scan for fetal anomalies

3rd Trimester Obstetrical

Assess fetal wellbeing and fetal presentation

Female Pelvis

Assess for unexplained pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, etc.


Assessment of palpable mass, follow up, family history of breast cancer, etc.

Male Pelvis

Assess for prostate enlargement, bladder obstruction, bladder cancer, etc.

Post-surgical assessment

Assess for localized fluid collection or abscess

Tendons / Bones / Joints

Assess for torn tendons, fractured bone,

Small Parts

Any superficial ‘lump or bump’ that is of concern to the referring Physician.


Assessment of the eye for retinal detachment, globe rupture, etc.