Princeton Community Hospital offers the region’s most advanced imaging capabilities giving medical professionals the ideal tools for a clear – often lifesaving – diagnosis.

General Imaging Services

  • ACR-accredited fixed 1.5 T MRI
  • Spectral 7500 CT scanner
  • Two ACR-accredited 128-slice CT scanner
  • Ultrasound
  • PET/CT scanner
  • Nuclear medicine/Nuclear cardiology
  • Kyphoplasty
  • General radiology with digital and computerized imaging
  • Vascular, invasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures
  • Fluoroscopy/Tomography
  • Black Lung chest exam with B reading
  • PACS: all images online for digital review

Women’s Imaging Services

  • Princeton Community Hospital became the first hospital in West Virginia to receive breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) accreditation from the American College of Radiology (ACR).
  • Two ACR-accredited, state-of-the-art 3D mammography units (breast tomosynthesis)
  • ACR-accredited fixed 1.5 T MRI with breast CAD, breast biopsy capabilities, and pelvic MR
  • Stereotactic breast biopsy
  • Standard breast localization and biopsy
  • Bone density scanning

Bluefield Emergency and Ancillary Services

  • Diagnostic X-Ray
  • CT

Off-campus Imaging Sites

Oceana FHCA
930 Cook Parkway
Oceana, WV 24870

  • Diagnostic X-ray, 2D Mammography (Screening Only), mobile CT scan twice a month on Thursday, mobile MRI every Friday

Welch FHCA
19771 Coal Heritage Road
Welch, WV 24801

  • Diagnostic x-ray, mobile MRI every Thursday

The Medical Imaging Center
205 Howard Avenue
Mullens, WV

  • Diagnostic x-ray

Contact Information

Medical Imaging at Princeton Community Hospital
122 Twelfth Street
Princeton, WV

Medical Imaging at Bluefield Emergency and Ancillary Services
500 Cherry Street
Bluefield, WV
CT Scan Scheduling: 304-324-2740
Radiology Department: 304-327-1551


Our professional and technical services are available at all locations Monday through Friday from 7 am until 7 pm.

Your doctor can access images and reports in the hospital at nursing station computers or in their office within five hours of the exam.

Emergency teleradiology services are available nightly from 7 pm to 7 am and around the clock on weekends for STAT reports. Emergency and STAT inpatient reports are available to your doctor within 30 minutes.