Sovah Danville Imaging Center

Since 1991, Sovah Danville Imaging Center (formerly Danville Diagnostic Imaging Center) has been providing high-quality diagonostic and interventional imaging services to Danville, Pittsylvania County and the surrounding region. 

Why Sovah Imaging?

Cost Effective

As an outpatient diagnostic imaging center, our costs are lower than hospital-based imaging providers and often preferred by many insurance companies. In addition, patients receive one bill that includes all fees for the procedure.


Our centers are conveniently located in Danville and Chatham to serve patients across Danville, Pittsylvania County and the surrounding region.

Flexible Scheduling

Keep your patients close to home with convenient scheduling – same-day and next-day appointments often available.

State-of-the-Art Technology 

3D (three-dimensional) mammography is now available! 3D technology is unique due to the wide angle that is used to create a 3D image that is generated from many images of the breast taken at a variety of angles. These images are assembled into a 3D view of the breast so the radiologist can view the breast tissue layer by layer in fine detail, which produces a better overall picture. This is particularly beneficial for patients with dense breast tissue. The 3D technology provides the physician an increased ability to detect and diagnose very small tumors as well as target teh size, shape and location of the tumors. 

The new CT scanner, an upgrade from the 4-slice CT scanner, allows for higher quality imaging and clearer samples for a more accurate diagnosis. Since the equipment scans the images faster, a patient’s examination time is reduced. The CT scan offers a clearer view of scanned anatomy and reveals more details than normal x-ray exams.

The new wide-bore MRI unit will also provide faster and more efficient images, allowing for a quick, accurate diagnosis. Without using x-rays, the MRI machine uses a large magnet, radio waves and a computer to produce imaging of all portions of the anatomy. With this new technology, an MRI scan averages between 15 and 30 minutes for most procedures. Other advantages of the unit include a much larger bore (opening) so claustrophobia typically is not an issue as well asaccommodation of patients weighing up to 500 pounds. A patient can listen to their iPod, favorite CD or satellite radio station choice while their scan is performed.  


  • Wide-Bore (70cm) MRI
  • CT
  • Fluoroscopy
  • Digital Mammography (2D/3D)
  • Sonography
  • Radiology
  • Non-invasive Vascular Testing


125 Executive Drive, Suite D
Danville, VA 24541

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
We understand our patients’ work schedules, so we accommodate early morning and late afternoon appointments (6 am – 6 pm)


​For more information, call 434.799.2203. or for scheduling, call 434.799.3883.