The Women’s Imaging Center at the Skagit Imaging Pavilion

The Skagit Valley Hospital Foundation has committed to raise $2 million to help build and equip the Women’s Imaging Center. Your gift, of any size, is meaningful and will create a positive difference in the lives of breast cancer patients.

Mammograms Save Lives

Skagit Imaging Pavilion Construction

Early detection makes a world of difference for a breast cancer diagnosis. The Skagit Valley Hospital Foundation is making early detection a top priority through their commitment to raise $2 million to help build and equip the Women’s Imaging Center inside the new Skagit Imaging Pavilion. 

Dedicated to breast imaging, the Women’s Imaging Center will feature state-of-the-art equipment to include 3D Digital Breast Tomosynthesis mammography, ultrasound, CT, MRI and Stereotactic Breast Biopsy. This technology means earlier detection, as well as a fewer false positives that cause unnecessary stress on the patient.

The Women’s Imaging Center, along with the expertise of our physicians and staff at the Skagit Regional Health Cancer Care Center, will offer quality, comprehensive breast cancer detection, diagnosis and treatment. 

The Women’s Imaging Center will reside inside the 4,000 square foot Skagit Imaging Pavilion adjacent to Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon. The Pavilion is part of a joint venture between Skagit Radiology and Skagit Regional Health. In addition to the Women’s Imaging Center, the Pavilion will house additional top tier imaging equipment to provide diagnostics and diagnosis for a wide range of ailments and injuries. While the Women’s Imaging Center is tailored primarily for women, the Skagit Imaging Pavilion will provide services for any patient needing diagnostic imaging services.