ECMC Services

Complete Medical Care Under One Roof

Striving To Cover All Your Medical Needs

“I have appreciated the care very much that I have received at your office over the years.  I have always found your staff professional and courteous.  It was Dr. Vyas that found the blood clots in my leg and lungs and acted quickly to treat me and reassure me that I would be ok”


Primary care is fundamental. Our providers are here to help you with everyday needs, routine screenings, same-day visits, and staying up to date with vaccinations. We take walk-ins during office hours to ensure no patient gets left behind.

Diagnostic Testing

Diagnostic Testing at ECMC includes: Bone Density: noninvasive scan to screen for osteoporosis ABI: noninvasive scan to check the blood flow in your legs PFT (Pulmonary Function): Noninvasive test that shows how well the lungs are working, ANS: A test for our diabetic patients to check for diabetic neuropathy Veng: A test to see if you have a disorder of the vestibular system (check balance structures in your inner ear) or the part of the brain that controls balance. Radiology: X-Rays-diagnostic pictures taken of the bones and soft tissues of your body.


Ultrasound is an imaging test that uses sound waves to create a picture of organs, tissues and other structures inside the body. An ultrasound can show body parts in motion, such as a heart beating or blood flowing through blood vessels. Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to produce the image.


Mammography is an x-ray imaging method used to examine the breast for the early detection of cancer and other breast diseases. It can be used as both a diagnostic and screening tool. During the mammogram, a patient’s breast is placed on a flat support plate and compressed with a parallel plate. An x-ray will be taken of different views of the breast. Then then the images will be sent to a Radiologist to be interpret.

CT- Computed Tomography

A computerized tomography (CT) scan combines a series of X-ray images taken from different angles around your body and uses computer processing to create cross-sectional images (slices) of the bones, blood vessels and soft tissues inside your body. CT scan images provide more-detailed information than plain X-rays do.

Nuclear Stress test

A nuclear stress test is a minimally invasive diagnostic imaging procedure designed to evaluate the perfusion of blood through the coronary arteries to the heart muscle. Images of the heart are acquired when the heart is in a baseline resting state and again after the heart has been exercised,or stressed. This test may be ordered by your doctor if they are suspecting you are at risk for heart attack and/or coronary artery disease.

Laboratory Services

Most routine testing is done in house with up to date technology in screening for thyroid disease, prostate cancer, diabetes, hypertension, urinary tract infections, pregnancy, cholesterol screening, complete blood counts to evaluate infectious processes and kidney/liver function.