Clemmons Medical Center
a department of Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center


Helping your physician to see potential problems

Regardless of what medical issue you may be facing, you need to have full confidence in your physicians to make the best diagnosis and recommend the best course of treatment. To do that, they need to have the latest diagnostic tools available to them, especially imaging technology that enables them to see any potential problems. Novant Health Clemmons Medical Center, a department of Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center, provides advanced medical imaging services to enable your physician help you make the best medical decisions. 

To schedule an imaging appointment with Clemmons Medical Center, please call


Clemmons Medical Center imaging services include:

Diagnostic exams

For all diagnostic imaging procedures except mammograms, please ask your physician for a referral. Your physician’s office staff can assist you with your appointment, or you can schedule your procedure directly with us. To find a physician, please review our online directory.

Diagnostic imaging allows us to create images of your body and its organs and other internal structures using external radiation and other advanced technology. We use imaging to help diagnose a wide range of possible conditions.

  • CT Scan - A computerized tomography (CT) scan creates cross-sectional images (“slices”) that reveal your bones and organs with a high degree of precision. We use CT scans for both diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, including coronary artery screening.

  • MRI - Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses a magnetic field and pulses of radio wave energy to create detailed images of the organs and structures inside of the body. Novant Health Clemmons Medical Center offers MRI imaging through advanced mobile MRI technology.

  • Ultrasound - Ultrasound is a safe and effective diagnostic tool using reflected sound waves to examine many different parts of your body. Our uses of ultrasound include brain, vein and arterial (Doppler) studies.

  • X-rays - X-ray exams use small doses of radiation to produce pictures that help diagnose tumors or bone injuries.

  • Radiation safety

    Clemmons Medical Center follows well-established practices and guidelines to safeguard your health.

    Frequently asked questions about your imaging appointment.

    If you have any questions regarding your imaging exam, please call 336-893-1590.