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SCU Health System’s Center for Diagnostic Imaging is operated by board-certified chiropractic radiologists and has been serving the radiological needs of chiropractors for decades. The experienced radiologists who analyze your films are dedicated to prompt and accurate evaluations of your patient’s diagnostic imaging. Services of the Center for Diagnostic Imaging include:
SCU Health System’s Center for Diagnostic Imaging is operated by board-certified chiropractic radiologists and has been serving the radiological needs of both patients and chiropractors for decades.
The services offered can be utilized by doctors in the community and patients themselves, seeking a second opinion. SCU Health System patients can have x-rays completed on-site with expert review and reports generated on the same day. This eliminates the need to travel to a separate imaging facility and wait for days to receive the results.
Community doctors can utilize the Center for Diagnostic Imaging’s services by referring patients for imaging or by sending x-rays for professional reports or second opinions.
The Center for Diagnostic Imaging accepts most types of insurance as well as cash payments. Our billing department will bill insurance companies directly. In addition, we are a preferred provider for Blue Shield of California. Cash, check, Visa or MasterCard are accepted for imaging services provided to patients on campus. We also accept personal injury and workers’ compensation liens, and our billing department will handle the claims.
With our new Carestream Directview Vita CR system, we can acquire digital x-ray imaging on your patient, transfer those images to a CD with an included mini reader, and hand that disc to the patient to carry back to your office while we read the images for you with a follow-up report sent directly to your office.
For physicians who prefer to acquire their own images but would like to utilize our interpretation services, x-rays and CDs can be mailed to us, or you may transmit images via DICOM image transfer which expedites report turnaround time.