Fleming Island Imaging Center is making it easier for residents to schedule necessary testing. An extension of the imaging services at Orange Park Medical Center, the office offers the convenience of a freestanding center with many of the technologies offered at a hospital.
Hours: Mon – Fri: 8:00am – 4:30pm
To schedule an appointment call (904) 639-8565
For more information call (904) 541-0001
Adjacent to the Eagle Harbor communities and Fleming Island Plantation, Fleming Island Imaging Center is located at:
1685 Eagle Harbor Pkwy E
Fleming Island, Florida, 32003
Appointments and walk-ins with a signed physician order are welcome Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 4:30pm. Most major insurance is accepted.
All services are designed to meet the standards set forth by the State of Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. The convenience of Fleming Island Imaging Center is enhanced by spacious parking accommodations, wheelchair accessibility and scheduling flexibility designed to meet the needs of a busy community.
The radiologists, as members of the medical staff of Orange Park Medical Center, are board-certified by the American College of Radiology. Registered and certified radiologic technologists, mammographers and registered diagnostic medical sonographers provide the technical services.
For All Your Imaging Needs!
No matter where you are in the community or what diagnostic test you need, you can find it here. Fleming Island Imaging Center offers a full line of imaging services and is able to meet all the diagnostic needs of your physician. Some of the available tests include:
Computed Tomography (CT) scan
Through cross-sectional images of a section of the body, radiologists can see tumor masses, fluid buildups, and fractured bones.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
With MRI, doctors can clearly see everything from bones to soft tissues. Fleming Island Imaging Center now features the new open MRI, which has all the capabilities of the closed MRI but is more comfortable and is perfect for children, XXL patients or those with claustrophobia.
Detects lumps or lesions in breast tissue. Women 40+ (or earlier with a family history of breast cancer) need to get yearly mammograms to help detect early stages of breast cancer.
Bone Density Scan
This test helps diagnose osteoporosis by measuring the calcium content of the bones to determine the risk for osteoporosis, a bone-brittling disease that can lead to fractures.
Even though this is the oldest and most basic type of scan in the radiology field, it is still the most frequently used. It can detect problems inside the body by exposing the area of interest to a small amount of radiation (x-ray) and capture it on film, as it is done for broken bones and other conditions.
Learn more about any of our radiology services.