Woman getting a mammogram

Radiology, Imaging, and Breast Imaging

Kaiser Permanente provides a broad array of radiology and imaging diagnostic and consulting services. This includes breast imaging (mammograms), bone densitometry (DEXA) scans, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT) scans, general diagnostic X-rays (including fluoroscopy and intravenous pyelogram or IVP), angiography, imaging-assisted biopsies, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine, and positron emission tomography (PET) scans.

You must have a referral for all imaging services other than breast imaging.

Breast Imaging

Women aged 40 and older can schedule a mammogram based on age and personal risk assessment. (If you are aged 39 or younger, contact your personal physician or women's health care provider.) You may receive a letter reminding you to make an appointment, or you can make a screening request through your personal physician or women's health care provider. If you have concerns about any breast lumps or changes, contact your personal physician immediately.

See Mammogram Locations for more information about making appointments.

Care Locations

Most Kaiser Permanente clinics have basic radiology services for diagnostic X-rays.

If you live outside the service area of our locations, use our Provider Directory to find radiology and imaging specialists near you. If you need help finding a specialist or have questions about your health plan's coverage, contact Member Services.

The following Kaiser Permanente clinics also offer breast imaging and specialty imaging services:

Bellevue Medical Center

11511 N.E. 10th St.
Bellevue,  WA 98004

Everett Medical Center

2930 Maple St.
Everett,  WA 98201

Olympia Medical Center

700 Lilly Road N.E.
Olympia,  WA 98506

Capitol Hill Campus

201 16th Ave. E.
Seattle,  WA 98112

Silverdale Medical Center

10452 Silverdale Way N.W.
Silverdale,  WA 98383

Tacoma Medical Center

209 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Tacoma,  WA 98405