Vibro-acoustography (VA) is an ultrasound-based imaging modality that usestwo ultrasound beams of slightly different frequencies to produce images basedon the acoustic response due to harmonic ultrasound radiation force excitationat the difference frequency between the two ultrasound frequencies. VA hasdemonstrated feasibility and usefulness in imaging of breast and prostatetissue. However, previous studies have been performed either in controlled watertank settings or using a prototype breast scanner equipped with a water tank.In order to make VA more accessible and relevant to clinical use, we report hereon the implementation of VA on a General Electric Vivid 7 ultrasound scanner.In this paper, we will describe software and hardware modifications that wereperformed to make VA functional on this system. We will discuss aperturedefinition for the two ultrasound beams and beamforming using a linear arraytransducer. Experimental results from beam measurements and phantom imagingstudies will be shown. The implementation of VA provides a step towards clinicaltranslation of this imaging modality for applications in various organsincluding breast and prostate.