Imaging Records

An Access Page can be faxed directly to a care provider by our facility or provided to a patient at the time of their visit to be delivered to their physician/provider. Once an Access Page has been received, the care provider can easily view or import the shared imaging in full diagnostic quality.

For personal access to your imaging records, you can enroll online by visiting Once you register for access, you will receive your available imaging history from Desert Imaging and other affiliated facilities within your PocketHealth account! Visit the request link above to see the list of affiliated clinics and to learn more!


You can also share imaging instantly with any physician or even burn your own CD/USB from home. There are two convenient payment options. There is a $10 monthly fee to access, share and permanently store unlimited imaging records – past and present – from unlimited healthcare providers for you and up to four family members. For frequent users and families, a yearly subscription of $49 is also available to access all existing and future imaging for you and up to four consenting family members.

Patient Portal


If you are looking for more information about online access through PocketHealth, please contact PocketHealth directly at 1-855-381-8522 or by email at If you are a physician, external hospital or imaging clinic wishing to learn more about the Access Page received, please view the following document: Provider-to-Provider Sharing FAQ


PocketHealth, a PocketSix Technologies Inc. service, is a third-party record storage platform and independent from Desert Imaging Services, LP. Patients may exercise the right to opt out of access to medical records via PockeHealth at any time. By consenting to access records via PocketHealth, patients waive all claims against Desert Imaging, its physicians, employees, affiliates, and agents for all purposes in connection with said communication and disclosure of information in the said records.

Desert Imaging advises all patients to consult with a medical professional when attempting to interpret or understand their medical imaging history.