Making an appointment
What to expect
We offer hundreds of diagnostic and interventional radiology services. Each procedure will differ slightly on requirements so please check under Procedures & Services or Interventional Radiology to see details on your procedure.
In general, expect to arrive at least 30 minutes before your appointment start time to fill out the necessary paperwork. Dress comfortably and avoid bulky clothing or jewelry depending on your scan. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to call us at (503) 251-6132 in Portland or (808) 263-5166 in Kailua.
- AARP Medicare Complete (United Health Care)
- Adventist Health Employee Health Plan
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Oregon
- Care Oregon
- Coventry First Health
- First Choice Health/Healthcare Direct
- Health Share of Oregon – OHSU Health Services
- Great West Healthcare
- Health Net
- Healthcare Resources NW
- Humana Medicare Advantage
- Marquis Advantage (AgeRight Advantage)
- MHN (Managed Healthcare Northwest)
- MultiPlan – PHCS
- Regence BCBS of Oregon
- Three Rivers
- Worker’s Compensation
Hawaii Correctional Health – P&S
Hawaii Electric WC
Hawaii Employers Mutual Ins Co
Hawaii Laborers Pacific Admin
Hawaii Senior Medical Group
Hawaii State Hospital
Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility P&S
HMAA – Hawaii Mgmt Alliance Assoc-2
HMSA BCBS Medicare Plan
HMSA PPO Blue Card
Inland Empire Health Plan
Island Insurance WC
MDX Hawaii Queens Health Care Plan
Proservice Hawaii WC
Safeway Hawaii WC-P
State of Hawaii WC
University Health Alliance
Waimanalo Health Center
Yamhill Community Care
City of Hawaii WC
DOE Hawaii WC
First Insurance Co of Hawaii
Hawaii Community Health Alliance
Kaiser Permanente Hawaii
Legacy of Life Hawaii
Medicare Part B Hawaii
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is radiology? / What is a radiologist?
Radiology is the interpretation of the body’s organs, soft tissues, bones, and internal structures to diagnose disease or injury. A radiologist is a medical doctor who utilizes medical imaging to interpret images for diagnosis and treatment. A radiologist has completed 10 years or more of training including medical school, a residency in diagnostic radiology and often a fellowship in a radiology subspecialty. All of our radiologists are board certified by the American Board of Radiology and participate in continuing medical education every practice year.
How do we bill for services?
You will receive two bills for your radiology services. One will be from the hospital for the equipment, technologist’s time, and supplies needed for your visit. The second will be from DRPC for the radiologist who performs, interprets and reports your study or procedure to your referring physician. If you provided insurance information, we will bill your insurance for you, and you will receive a bill for the portion your insurance does not pay.
How can I pay my bill?
You may pay by check, by phone at (888)793-3525, or by credit card online at our site via the “Pay My Bill” button at the top of the page. If you have any questions, you can speak to a billing representative from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm PST. After hours, please use our online portal to ask a question, or leave a voicemail and someone will return your call.
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What is your connection with Adventist Health?
You may have noticed that we mention Adventist Health throughout the website. We are an independent practice of hospital-based radiologists serving the patients of the Adventist Health System in both Oregon and Hawaii. We are a collaborative partner with the hospitals we serve ensuring patients receive compassionate, high quality, and consistent imaging care.
What is SAFIRE Software Technology?
SAFIRE stands for Sinogram Affirmed Iterative Reconstruction, a radiation dose reduction technology providing up to 60% dose reduction as well as better image quality.