Mercy Imaging Services - Highway 102

3101 SE 14th
Bentonville, AR 72712
Fax: (479) 338-2912
Services are provided by Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas Learn more »
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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Before We Get Started

In order to schedule your appointment, we need you to answer a few questions.

  • Do you have a personal history of breast cancer?
  • Do you have any current breast symptoms? (drainage, lump, pain/tenderness)
  • Do you have breast implants?
  • If you've had a mammogram before, were the results normal?
  • Do you have a primary care physician that you've seen within the past 3 years?

Based on your responses

Phone

Your mammogram may require specialized attention. Please call to schedule your appointment.

Select a Visit Type

If you don’t see your preferred visit type, please call our office.
Digital Mammogram with 3D images
I am over 40, this is my first mammogram – ever or in a year – and I need to schedule my screening mammogram. I have had no previous complications. I realize that insurance may not cover the full cost of this scan (applies to residents outside of Arkansas).

To schedule imaging services, please call 479-338-2911.

Vision, knowledge and commitment to excellence keep Mercy Imaging Services - Highway 102 on the cutting edge of imaging technology. Nuclear medicine, MRI, radiology and fluoroscopy, mammography and ultrasound are used to transmit internal images to the screen, providing a detailed internal view with an accuracy few facilities can achieve - all without disturbing the patient's body through exploratory surgery.

Mercy Imaging Services - Highway 102's easy view MRI system offers a wider array of diagnostic imaging capabilities, including stroke and sports injuries, and focuses on patient comfort.

Shorter exam times and a patient-friendly design help to provide MRI exams to patients who experience claustrophobia or anxiety in a conventional MRI.

This location also offers the 3D mammogram (tomosynthesis) technology, the latest in breast imaging technology. Advantages 3D mammography offers include:

  • Better screening and earlier detection through minimization of overlapping tissues in images;
  • Enhanced image quality allowing better visualization for radiologists to help distinguish harmless abnormalities from real cancers;
  • Reduced patient anxiety and fewer callbacks.