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Specializing in Mobile Diagnostic Imaging since 1981.

We provide in-office imaging services in your clinic.

Keep your patients in your office. Don’t send them out anymore for routine imaging services.

We are a complete A to Z solution for your diagnostic imaging needs serving southeast Michigan and beyond. We are a full service provider of Open MRI, CT Scan, Nuclear Stress Testing, Echocardiography, Vascular Dopplers, Ultrasound, Digital Mammography, Portable X-Rays and EMG/Nerve Conduction.
To schedule or inquire: Call (248) 827-7200

Connecting doctors and patients with state-of-the art mobile diagnostic imaging.

  • In business since 1981
  • One stop shop
  • Accept all insurance
  • Referring physician or facility continue to maintain control over their patient’s care
  • Fully accredited by all the Medicare appointed bodies
  • Quick turn-around reporting
  • Accommodating many locations across the United States
  • Patient has the comfort of getting tests done in their doctor’s office with minimal waiting time

Med-Share Inc. is committed to protecting our patients and our staff from COVID-19. Our extensive safety precautions include masks, gloves, eye protection and disposable gowns for our medical staff. We also sanitize and disinfect all surfaces multiple times per day, including counters, light switches, door knobs, and patient tables in between patients. We require all patients and guests to wear masks throughout their visit to our facility and we administer temperature checks for all entrants. We thank you for your help in keeping everyone safe.

Our Services

Cardiolite Stress Test (Ejection Fraction and Wall Motion)

SPECT imaging of the heart is performed after injecting Cardiolite isotope before and after exercise. A comparison of both the imaging and EKG during both the stages are evaluated by a specially trained board certified cardiologist for the diagnosis of coronary artery disease.



High resolution SCREENING and DIAGNOSTIC imaging performed for detecting abnormalities in the breast tissues. The test is performed by a highly qualified and certified technologist. The technologist is extremely compassionate and alert about patient comfort.

Women over 40 should have a Digital Mammogram EVERY year.


We provide sales and service of portable digital x-ray.


Utrasound testing performed in the region of:

  • Abdomen (Attention given to Liver, Gall Bladder, Spleen and Pancreas)
  • Retroperitoneal (Kidneys, Aorta and IVC)
  • Breast
  • Pelvic / Transvaginal Pelvic
  • Transrectal Prostate
  • Thyroid
  • Rotator Cuff
  • Achiles Tendon
  • Baker’s Cysts


High resolution MRI and MRA performed with and without Contrast for:

  • Brain and spine
  • Shoulder
  • Knee
  • Hips and Pelvis
  • Abdomen
  • IAC
  • and more…


High resolution CT and CTA performed with and without Contrast for:

  • Brain, Sinus, Orbits, IAC, TMJ, Facial bones
  • Chest and Lungs
  • Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbar Spine
  • Abdomen and Pelvis
  • Upper and Lower Extremities
  • and more


Blood flow study to identify and evaluate blockage by plaque or blood clot in the area of:

  • Carotid and Transcranial Arteries
  • Renal
  • Aorta
  • Upper/Lower extremities (Arterial and Venous)


EMG is an electrodiagnostic medicine technique for evaluating and recording the electrical activity produced by skeletal muscles, which assists in diagnosing the cause of nerve and muscular pain.


Density of bone mass is evaluated in 3 key areas of the body to help diagnose Osteoporosis. Calcium loss from the bones causes brittleness and weakness in the body structure making it prone to fractures.


Echo test or heart ultrasound is a test that takes “moving pictures” of the heart with sound waves.


A Vestibular Autorotation test performed by highly trained technologist. A bonnet full of built in sensors is placed on patient’s head to detect inner ear disorders which causes patient’s to lose balance and fall.

A fall risk is required to be evaluated for every Medicare patient under PQRS guidelines.

Call us today to schedule

(248) 827-7200

What You Need to Know About Your Appointment

MRI/MRA with Arthrogram and IV Sedation
  • Do not use any body powder or lotions the day of the exam.
  • Take a sudsy shower the morning of the exam.
Nuclear Stress Testing

Treadmill Stress/Myoview Stress Test

  • This test looks at the vessels surrounding your heart to make sure they are receiving adequate blood flow.
  • The test takes approximately 3 hours. You should have nothing to eat or drink for 4 hours prior to your appointment time.
  • If you are diabetic, you may have a light breakfast 2 hours prior to test consisting of toast, oatmeal or cereal and juice.
  • No caffeine 12 hours prior to test. No smoking the day of test.
  • Wear comfortable clothing and shoes to walk on the treadmill. Bring reading material as there are times when we need to wait for the injection to circulate.
  • We will be placing an IV access line in a vein of your arm to give you 2 injections of a small amount of a radioactive material called a tracer.
  • This is not a dye and does not contain iodine. There are no side effects or reactions to this injection. It will not interfere with any medications you are taking.
  • We prefer that you do not take beta-blocker medication the day of your test; however, please consult your physician before discontinu- ing any medications. Take a sudsy shower & do not use lotions.

Persantine Stress Test

Please call 248-569-0296for preparatory instructions
I-123 Thyroid Uptake and Scan (2 day test)

  • No seafood or cough medicine 2 days prior to examination
  • Nothing to eat for 2 hours prior to the examination.
  • Stop all thyroid medication 1 month prior to the examination. Please consult physician.
  • No iodine contrast procedures for 6 weeks prior to exam.

Tc99m Thyroid Scan

  • No thyroid medication for 4 weeks. Please consult physician
  • No Iodine contast procedures for 6 weeks prior to exam.


HIDA (Gallbladder)

  • Nothing by mouth 4 hours before examination
  • No Smoking or Gum Chewing

Gallium Scan

To complete test, you will be returning to our facility for at least 4 consecutive days.

Renogram/Renal Scan (30 min), Bone Scan (3-4 hr), Brain Scan (1-2 hr), Liver/Spleen Scan (1 hr), Testicular Scan (30 Min), MUGA (45 min)

No preparation necessary

Digital Mammography
  • Do not use any deodorant, body powder or lotions the day of the exam.
  • Take a sudsy shower morning of exam.
  • Bring previous (if any) mammogram files.
64-Slice CT/CTA

Please Call (248) 569-0296 for full preparatory instructions if the patient is diabetic they should stop taking Glucophage, Glucovance or Metformin for 48 hours after the CT exam and should have a BUN / Creatinine check before resuming their medication.

Head and Facial
No food or drink at least 2 hours prior to exam
No oral contrast given for this exam
IV required

Neck / Chest
No food or drink at least 4 hours prior to exam
No oral contrast given for this exam
IV may be required

Abdominal / Pelvic
No food or drink at least 12 hours prior to exam
You’ll be given 1-2 bottles of oral contrast to be taken 1 hour before this exam
Finish drinking within 10 minutes
IV required
No barium studies at least 48 hours before exam

Before the CT exam, patient must have an AP and lateral of the applicable portion of the spine.
No prep for this examination
If you’ve had neck or spine x-rays some place else, please
bring them with you.
No barium studies at least 48 hours before exam

Upper / Lower Extremities
NOTE: No special prep required unless diagnosis is for “rule out tumor”; then use the following prep

No food or drink at least 4 hours prior to exam
No oral contrast given for this exam
IV may be required


Abdominal / Retroperitoneal
Nothing by mouth 6 hours before exam
No smoking or chewing gum

Pelvic / Gynecological
Drink 40 oz. of liquid 90 minutes before the exam.

Fleet Enema 2 hours prior to exam

EMG with Nerve Conduction Velocity Testing
  • Do not use any body powder or lotions the day of the exam.
  • Take a sudsy shower the morning of the exam.

Preparations for Testing

If patient is: a child, diabetic, suspected of having a bowel obstruction, or some other special problem, consult your physician or radiologist for any changes in the preparations below. Please call with any questions or concerns pertaining to the preparations.

Physician Resources

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Insurances We Accept

We accept flexible spending plans and health savings accounts. Cash and Canadian pricing available. If you don’t see your insurance listed, please call (248) 827-7200.

  • Aetna
  • Blue Care Network S.E.
  • Blue Cross Complete
  • HAP
  • HAP HMO and PPO
  • Medicare
  • Medicare Advantage
  • Medicaid
  • United Healthcare Plans
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  • Aetna
  • Ameriplan
  • Blue Care Network S.E.
  • Blue Cross Complete
  • Cofinity (PPOM)
  • Community Choice (CareSource)
  • Coventry Cares (Aetna Better Health)
  • First Health
  • Genesee County Health Plan
  • Great West now Part of Cigna
  • HAP
  • HAP HMO and PPO
  • Health Plus Commercial, Partners & Seniors
  • Humana Gold Choice
  • Mclaren Health Plans
  • Medicare
  • Medicare Plus Blue
  • Medicare Advantage
  • Medicaid
  • Meridian Health Plan
  • Midwest Health Plan
  • Molina – Molina Advantage
  • PHCS
  • Priority Health HMO, PPO & Priority Medicare
  • Reliance Medicare Plan
  • Travelers Medicare
  • United Healthcare Plans
  • Wellcare

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“Staff is friendly, and quick. It felt good to see all the equipment in the office was new, and not something that seemed outdated like some other offices I’ve seen. Very professional.”

“After my exam I was worried that I wouldn’t hear my results for a week, so I was very nervous. But I was so surprised that my doctor called me with the results the next day.

“I saw all the plaques and certifications, and felt like I’m in good hands.

We are accredited by nationally recogized agencies for each modality.

ACR – American College of Radiology

  • MRI
  • Mammography
  • CT

ICANL – Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Nuclear Labs

  • Myocardial Perfusion Imaging
  • Equilibrium Radionuclide Angiography (MUGA)

ICAVL – Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Vascular Labs

  • Peripheral Arterial Testing
  • Peripheral Venous Testing
  • Extracranial Cerebrovascular Testing

ICAEL – Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Echocardiographic Labs

  • Adult Transthoracic Echocardiography Testing

AIUM – American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine

  • Abdominal Ultrasound
  • General Ultrasound

Call Med-Share Inc. today to schedule

(248) 827-7200

26222 Telegraph Road, Southfield, MI 48033