We are a full-service mobile ultrasound company that performs diagnostic ultrasound exams as requested by your provider. We have state-of-the-art portable ultrasound equipment to perform the exam and cloud based reporting software that delivers exams to board certified Radiologists and Vascular Surgeons to read and then delivers official interpretations back to your doctor within 24 hours. In addition to the time savings we will provide, ultrasound is a far less expensive imaging tool than CT (cat) scan or MRI, it is faster and in some cases more accurate.
Ask your doctor about us and request that they call A+ Mobile Ultrasound Services today!
Can I see my images?
Absolutely! We encourage the patient and provider (if available) to follow along as we perform the scan. We like to think of it as a guided tour of your body. In our mobile lab, we display the scan live on a 60 inch projection screen for you to follow along. Our technologists are not permitted to diagnose, so we are unable to give you immediate results, however, the final report will arrive within 24 hours.
Can I get a CD with all the images and report?
Yes. We can burn any exam(s) onto CD or load onto a USB drive for your records or to give to other providers. Please email at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a CD or USB drive with your exam.
Does this service cost any extra?
No. There is no additional expense to you and in most cases we save your insurance money too.
How fast will my provider have results?
We give your provider an immediate preliminary report with an official report from a board certified specialist delivered within 24 hours. Most hospital turn around times are 48-72 hours.
How much does it cost?
Self pay price is $199 for any unilateral ultrasound.
Do you bill insurance?
Yes. We are in-network with Medicare, WA State Department of Labor and Industries, Regence, Premera, Kaiser Permanente (Group Health), First Choice, Aetna/First Health, United Healthcare. We also bill workers compensation and personal injury protection (PIP) claims.
PLEASE NOTE: If the charges are applied to your deductible or are subject to co-insurance, you will be billed for the balance.