Committed to Excellence in
Imaging & care
Diagnostic radiology is a field of medicine that utilizes non-invasive imaging to diagnose diseases and injuries to create highly detailed images of an area. This type of imaging can also be used to screen for certain cancers, as well as to evaluate and monitor the healing process and disease treatment methods. Many diagnostic radiologists have completed a fellowship of one or two additional years of residency to pursue subspecialty areas of focus that allow them to concentrate on single body parts/diseases through clinical work and research.
From screening to diagnosing and monitoring illness or injury, RCIA’s sub-specialized medical imaging physicians are dedicated to streamlining the healthcare continuum by working together with referrers and other specialists to provide the highest quality care.
Low-dose Lung Cancer Screening Chest CT
Coronary Artery Calcium Score
Coronary Artery and Cardiac CT
Oncologic Imaging CT
Oncologic Imaging MRI
Magnetic Resonance Cholangiopancreatography (MRCP)
Adult and Pediatric Ultrasound
Bone Densitometry (DEXA)