Fairview Regional Medical Center Radiology Department can meet your Radiology needs. FRMC offers advanced diagnostic techniques and imaging processing that assures timely results and delivery.

Procedure results are available within 24 hours of procedure.

Please Phone: (580)227-1380  to schedule an exams.

Save time and money by having your XRAYS, MRI'S, DEXA SCANS or CT's done locally. Have your Specialist or Physician send an order to FRMC Radiology. We can meet your Radiology needs right here at home.

    Radiographic Imaging

    Providing quality orthopedic and general x-ray with digital imaging for out-patients of all ages.

    CT (Computed Tomography)

    Providing general diagnostic CT imaging for out-patients. Insurance authorization required.

    • CT Head
    • CT Spine (Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbar)
    • CT Chest/Abdomen/Pelvis


    Providing general diagnostic Ultrasound imaging for out-patients.

    • General Ultrasound
    • OB Ultrasound
    • Vascular Ultrasound
    • Small Parts Ultrasound

     Echocardiography aka Cardiac Echo’s

    Simply, ultrasound of the heart. Insurance authorization required.

     Cardiac Stress Testing

    A cardiac stress test is also called an exercise test or a treadmill test. Cardiac stress testing is performed in the presence of a Cardiologist. Insurance authorization required.


    Providing diagnostic MRI studies with a GE 1..5T closed magnet for out-patients. Insurance authorization required.

    • MRI Brain
    • MRI C-spine
    • MRI T-spine
    • MRI L-spine
    • MRI Extremities Upper: Shoulders, Elbows, Wrists Lower: Hips, Knees, Ankles
    • MRI Abdomen and Pelvis

    Bone Densitometry or DEXA (Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry)

    Scanning Bone density testing is strongly recommended if you:

    • are a post-menopausal woman and not taking estrogen
    • have a personal or maternal history of hip fracture or smoking
    • are a post-menopausal woman who is tall (over 5 feet 7 inches) or thin (less than 125 pounds).
    • are a man with clinical conditions associated with bone loss
    • use medications that are known to cause bone loss, including corticosteroids such as Prednisone, various anti-seizure medications such as Dilantin and certain barbituates, or high-dose thyroid replacement drugs
    • have type 1 (formerly called juvenile or insulin-dependent) diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease, or a family history of osteoporosis
    • have high bone turnover, which shows up in the form of excessive collagen in urine samples.
    • have a thyroid condition, such as hyperthyroidism
    • have a parathyroid condition, such as hyperparathyroidism.
    • have experienced a fracture after only mild trauma
    • have had x-ray evidence of vertebral fracture or other signs of osteoporosis.