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MCH Radiology Department


Ultrasound uses a hand-held probe to send high frequency sound waves into your body, then sophisticated software displays an image of the body’s interior by the rate at which the echoes return to the probe.

General Ultrasound Hours
  • Monday-Tuesday, Thursday-Friday, 8am - 5pm

  • A scheduled appointment is required.

Echo/Echocardiogram Hours
  • Wednesdays

  • An appointment is required for these exams. 

An Echo must be read by a Cardiologist. MCH offers patients/providers the choice of the following reading facilities: Stormont Vail, University of KS St. Francis Campus, Heart & Vascular Center of Manhattan


In addition to general and cardiac ultrasound, we also perform specialty exams such as US guided biopsies, aspirations, and diagnostic breast work.

Frequently Asked Questions...

How Do I Prepare for My Ultrasound?

Some ultrasound exams have a prep and some do not. When scheduling your appointment, you will be informed of any prep, we will also call you to remind you of your prep the day prior to your exam. 

What to Expect During Your Ultrasound...

Depending on the area of the body being examined, we may ask you to change into a gown or undress from the waist down. You’ll lie down on the padded table and a sonographer will use a transducer (ultrasound probe) to obtain necessary images.

We offer online sharing of your medical images using Nuance Powershare. This service allows us to share images with your provider in a secure and convenient way!


All imaging will be sent to the physicians of Manhattan Radiology to be read and reported. Your ordering provider will have your report within 24 to 48 hours. Your provider should contact you with your results.


All services require a written order from a physician in good standing and licensed to practice medicine in the State of Kansas.

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