Legacy Imaging–Salmon Creek Medical Center
Where to park:
Parking is easiest in the parking structure that is attached to the hospital and medical office building by sky bridges.
Where to check-in:
When you schedule your appointment, we will let you know the location.
If your appointment is in the main hospital (2211 NE 139th St) please check in at the information desk located on the first floor of the hospital.
If your appointment is at the outpatient imaging suite (2101 NE 139th, Suite 150), please check in at the information desk located in suite 150 of the Medical Office Building.
For breast related imaging, please check in at outpatient imaging suite.
What to bring:
Please bring your insurance card, photo ID, and any paperwork that your physician provides to the appointment. If you are having an exam that requires a contrast, please bring a list of the medications you are currently taking.
Legacy Imaging Services is a leader in advanced technology, preferred by patients for its customer service and caring staff. All our physicians are board-certified and fellowship-trained in their areas of specialty and all technologists are registered in their specific areas of focus.
Legacy Salmon Creek is accredited by The Joint Commission and the American College of Radiology (ACR) in CT, MRI, Ultrasound and Mammography. The Breast Health Center was named as a Breast Center of Excellence by the ACR, and has also received accreditations from the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC) and Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA).
Your safety is important
Legacy is committed to keeping radiation exposure to our patients as low as possible -- the "As Low As Reasonably Achievable" standard. By following this standard, we minimize the risks of radiation, while ensuring the quality of the images. Legacy maintains state-of-the art equipment, which is regularly calibrated and inspected for compliance with national regulations. In addition, Legacy's equipment and facilities are inspected by several outside agencies on a routine basis. Learn more about imaging safety.