Mobile X-Ray, EKG and Blood Work Services

If you are here because of a life-threatening medical emergency – call 911 now.

We do NOT accept private insurance, Medicare or Medicaid. However, you can use your FSA Health Savings account to benefit from the tax credits available to you.

Our at Home Diagnostics services allow you to stay in your home while our trained professionals come to you to perform the main diagnostic tests:

  • EKG
  • Bloodwork
  • X-Ray
  • Call Us To Discuss Other treatment needs.

How do at-home x-rays work?

At-home x-rays are performed by our trained professionals who bring portable x-ray equipment to the patient’s location. The professional positions the x-ray machine and adjusts the patient’s positioning to obtain the necessary images. Protective measures, such as lead aprons and shielding, are used to ensure safety. The acquired x-ray images are then processed digitally for immediate review and interpretation by a radiologist or healthcare provider.

What is an EKG ?

An electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG) is a simple and painless test that helps doctors understand how your heart is working. During an EKG, small, sticky patches called electrodes are placed on your chest, arms, and legs. These electrodes are connected to a machine that records the electrical signals produced by your heart.

As your heart beats, the machine captures these electrical signals and displays them as a graph on a screen or on paper. The graph shows the rhythm and timing of your heartbeats, which helps doctors identify any irregularities or abnormalities.

The test is quick, usually taking just a few minutes. It helps doctors diagnose heart conditions such as arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythms), heart attacks, or other heart-related problems. The results of the EKG can provide valuable information that guides further treatment or helps monitor the effectiveness of ongoing treatments.

What type of bloodwork can be done?

A wide range of bloodwork can be performed, including Complete Blood Count (CBC), Basic Metabolic Panel (BMP), Lipid Profile, Liver Function Tests (LFTs), Thyroid Function Tests, Hemoglobin A1c, Vitamin D levels, Coagulation Profile, and Infectious Disease Screening. The specific tests ordered depend on the individual’s health concerns and medical history.