SEARHC facilities on Prince of Wales Island (including the Alicia Roberts Medical Center) are currently experiencing network issues impacting inbound calls. If you would like to schedule an appointment or leave a message, please call 907.463.0400 or email email@example.com. We will provide updates as soon as possible.
SEARHC has a centralized online referral form, covering all service lines in all Southeast locations. Once submitted, the referral will be routed to the most appropriate provider. Our clinical team will then follow up with your team or your patient to ensure that they can easily secure an appointment in their preferred community.
If fax is a preferred method of information exchange, please note the unique service line fax number on the online form (see the instructions below).
If you have an urgent patient need (<72 hours), please do not submit the form; instead, contact the service line via the instructions below.
If you or your team has questions, please contact the relevant service line:
- Navigate to our service lookup tool
- Select the relevant service from the list
- For most services, contact information can be found at the bottom of the page. If not, reach out to the SEARHC Specialty Care line listed below, or fill out the online form.
For a full list of commonly referred services, view our Specialty Services Referral Guide to understand more about services offered & required documentation.
Download the SEARHC Diagnostic Imaging Guide.
This comprehensive guide to our imaging services was developed to help in prescribing and ordering the correct testing for your patients. It includes indications and recommendations to consider as well as CPT codes to use when ordering the appropriate tests.
We want to provide our patients with the highest level, safest imaging. Our physicians are board certified in diagnostic radiology, and some have additional certifications in specialties such as neuro-radiology and interventional radiology. And we use state-of-the-art imaging technology, here at SEARHC.
Our goal is to provide proper and complete imaging. In addition to assuring orders are placed correctly, we tailor examinations to each patient’s specific condition. It is very important for the radiologist to have information about the specific clinical condition so that appropriate imaging is performed.
When you order a study, please include pertinent history as well as signs or symptoms. Please do not use “R/O” exams such as “rule out tumor” or “rule out anomaly” unless the patient’s history and signs/symptoms are included on the order. We appreciate it if you would specify a particular entity or condition upon which you would like us to comment in the report.
We appreciate you trusting your patients’ care to us.