About Sacramento Imaging

As a 501c3 nonprofit, we are passionate about providing the best possible imaging services to our community.

Sacramento Imaging Sonographers

Believe That Accurate and Patient-Centered Services Are Worth It

  • Mission
  • Vision

Everyday the technicians, staff and management of Sacramento Imaging strive to provide the most patient focused and family oriented care. The Sacramento Imaging team promises to exceed the expectations of everyone who walks through our doors.

  • Provide quality healthcare to our patients from a diverse population
  • Present healthcare education to our community
  • Serve as a healthcare resource to our community
  • Provide low cost services while maintaining excellent service
Whether it’s taking the time to assist a visitor with directions or providing comfort to a patient or family member, the staff of Sacramento Imaging knows that treating everyone with respect and kindness is the cornerstone to a maintaining a healthy, positive environment.
  • Continue to develop high quality clinical services
  • Consistently provide patient focused care in a family-oriented environment
  • Expand our campus to better serve our community
  • Serve as a teaching facility for future sonographers
  • Implement the latest technologies

Our Story

Established in 2006, Sacramento Imaging has made tremendous efforts to develop strong working relationships with the local physician community, and to make imaging as convenient and comfortable as possible for patients. We are committed to providing exceptional health care services to our patients, and to maintaining modern imaging facilities that meet the needs of our patients, physicians and communities.

Sacramento Imaging is dedicated to providing patients and referring physicians of California with a full range of high-quality diagnostic services performed at state-of-the-art facilities by expert sonographers, radiologists with advanced, sub-specialty knowledge.

Our Story

We have been operating for over 17 years. Here’s how we got to where we are.

SUI begins training sonographers - 2002

Sacramento Ultrasound Institute begins training sonographers in 2002.

New Campus - 2015

Sacramento Ultrasound Institute expands the sonography programs and moves into a much larger campus.

Grand Opening - 2016

Due to high demand, Sacramento Ultrasound Institute opens imaging center (Sacramento Imaging) to provide diagnostic imaging services.

Expansion - 2017

Sacramento Imaging begins to accept most insurances and expands into a separate and much larger facility.

I had an amazing experience here with my 3D and HD ultrasound. I previously went to another place and we could get baby to move. It was somewhat rushed and he wouldn't move so I was told I needed to reschedule and they were booked 10 days out. So I went online and Sacramento Imaging said they had next day appointments and availability. I got so many amazing pictures and the ultrasound tech was amazing at what she does. She knew all the tricks to get my stubborn baby to take some great pictures. Definitely recommend this place 100%. We highly recommend using their services if you are looking to take a preview of baby! Don’t hesitate to call because they were even so helpful over the phone to answer all my questions:) thanks Sima and Christina!
Rachel R.
Patient
I came here to find out my baby's sex. The staff was very nice and professional. The experience was lovely, easy and fast. I got to find out my baby's sex and was able to purchase a plush toy with his heartbeat recorded. I would definitely recommend this place to friends and family.
Erendira L.
Patient

What Is Diagnostic Ultrasound?

An ultrasound scan, also referred to as a sonogram, diagnostic sonography, and ultrasonography, is a device that uses high-frequency sound waves to create an image of some part of the inside of the body, such as the stomach, liver, heart, tendons, muscles, joints and blood vessels.

Experts say that as sound waves, rather than radiation are used, ultrasound scans are safe. Obstetric sonography is frequently used to check the baby in the womb.

Ultrasound scans are used to detect problems in the liver, heart, kidney or the abdomen. They may also be useful in helping the surgeon when carrying out some types of biopsies.

The word “ultrasound”, in physics, refers to all sound with a frequency humans cannot hear. In diagnostic sonography, the ultrasound is usually between 2 and 18 MHz. Higher frequencies provide better quality images, but are more readily absorbed by the skin and other tissue, so they cannot penetrate as deeply as lower frequencies. Lower frequencies can penetrate deeper, but the image quality is inferior.

We Are Open For Business!

~ We will be limiting our schedule to no more than 8 patients per day. This allows time for us to see patients, have them go to the bathroom, clean the room & waiting area, etc.

~ Due to the  Sacramento County Social Distancing Protocol patients are only allowed 1 ADULT VISITOR at this time, and no children.

~ Please arrive no earlier than 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time.

~ If you arrive early and see another family/patient in the waiting area, please wait in the hallway until they exit. The waiting room is small and having many people in there at once would go against social distancing protocol/patient & staff safety.

~ Please use the hand sanitizer at the front desk when entering the waiting room.

~ In order to ensure the safety of staff and other patients, it is important for patients and visitors to be wearing masks.