Driven To Defeat Breast Cancer
Invision Diagnostics is a passionate provider of 3D turnkey mammogram solutions. Our #1 goal is to help patients and those in the community stay on top of their health. We help equip medical practices and community events with the necessary tools for efficient & convenient breast cancer screenings.
Whether you need equipment for screenings at your office or a mobile mammogram unit for your event, we are here to help!
We also offer in-house mammogram solutions, as well as, imaging interpretations.
Request a mobile unit today or contact us for more information on our other services.
Since being established in 2015, our priority has been to provide excellent 3D imaging solutions. We own and operate mobile mammography units that travel 7 days a week to increase access to breast cancer screenings.
Who We Are
Leaders in the Community
meet our radiologist
Dr. Kenneth Fox
Dr. Kenneth Fox is our Chief Medical Officer who is a Board Certified Radiologist with fellowship training in Breast Imaging. He graduated with honors from University Of South Carolina School Of Medicine in 2004. Having over 15 years of diverse experiences, especially in diagnostic radiology, Dr. Fox is uniquely qualified to ensure the studies we do are of the highest quality and our reports are reliable and accurate.
VolparaEnterprise uses artificial intelligence to grade the quality of every image we take, ensuring each mammogram is of the highest quality. This system also allows us a platform to monitor each technologist from a high level and offers additional training and support to those who need it.
The QC-Track system helps us to ensure consistency and transparency, reduce inspection risks, gain control over all QC workflows, streamline day-to-day QC with simple and easy-to-use paperless workflows,
Ikonopedia is a sophisticated patient management and tracking software that allows us to track patients from registration all the way through biopsy. This will help the turnaround time of the results because it eliminates the need for double or sometimes triple entry associated with manual tracking of prior images.