IsoScan has been proviHome1ding high-quality PET/CT diagnostic imaging to the great Northwest since 2004. It has been, and continues to be our goal to provide outstanding PET/CT imaging in a mobile environment to meet the needs of rural, mid-cap and metropolitan facilities. We work closely with the original equipment manufacturer and assist our clients in coordinating radiopharmaceutical delivery, marketing assistance, physician education and planning; delivering the critical information necessary in assisting radiologists and oncologists in designing the most effective treatment plan for their patients.

Quite literally, we exist by providing facilities a mechanism to expand their imaging modalities and capacity in serving their physicians and community. As a modality, PET/ CT is one of the more costly capital equipment investments for a hospital and/or clinic to offer; both initially and long-term with service maintenance. IsoScan offers a very efficient and effective alternative to a huge capital expenditure. Your facility can be operational in weeks rather than years! PET/CT is not a panacea, but where it works, it works extremely well!

If your facility is considering PET/CT, we would welcome the opportunity to open a discussion with you. You’ll find us to be very flexible in our approach, good listeners and extremely easy to work with as we assist you in assessing the addition of PET/CT to your imaging services.

PET/CT – Impacting Lives

PETPositron Emission Tomography (PET) is a powerful imaging technique that holds great promise in the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases, particularly cancer. A non-invasive test, PET scans accurately image the body’s physiologic changes.


A Computed Tomography (CT) scan shows the structure of the anatomy where the changes are taking place. Combining these two scans in one highly sophisticated PET/CT imaging technique provides, during a single outpatient exam, detailed information to physicians about the presence or spread of disease and accurately identifies its precise location.


PET/CT imaging combines two tests in one and provides a unique representation of what is happening in the body. This can help physicians accurately diagnose many diseases at earlier stages when treatment is more likely to be effective. Its accuracy may help to precisely localize disease to aid in planning the right treatment for each patient, reducing unnecessary procedures and saving valuable time. For patients undergoing treatment, a PET/CT scan can provide a clearer assessment of how each person is responding. This is how PET/CT imaging is truly impacting individual lives.