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Contributing to the Full Picture of Your Health

From sports injuries to fractures and sprains, we have an onsite x-ray to diagnose and treat your medical needs. Campus Health is a comprehensive healthcare clinic, and if further follow-up, treatment, or physical therapy is needed, we can help.  Here are some of the common body areas we perform x-rays on:

  • Ankles
  • Elbows 
  • Shoulders 
  • Chest (TB, bronchitis, pneumonia)  
  • Digestive tract (obstructions)
  • Hips
  • Back 
  • Fingers 
  • Toes 
  • Wrists
  • Hands 
  • Feet 
  • Legs  
  • Arms 

How do I get an x-ray at Campus Health? 

X-ray services are only available by order from a Campus Health provider.  To make an appointment with a medical provider, call (520) 621-9202. 

If a Campus Health provider has referred you to a specialist doctor and that specialist requests x-rays, give us a call at (520) 621-9202. 

What should I do to prepare for my x-ray?

Depending on what part of the body is being x-rayed, wear loose-fitting clothing.  If you have metal in your body and/or you could be pregnant, let the x-ray technologist know prior to your x-ray.

Are x-rays safe?

An x-ray is a low dose of radiation. If you have any concerns, please call our x-ray technologist at (520) 621-6485.