MemorialCare Health System’s Expansive Network
Our fully accredited, high-quality, advanced imaging and breast centers are located throughout southern Los Angeles and Orange County, from Long Beach to San Clemente, near where you live and work. By offering both hospital-based and community-based outpatient imaging centers, we provide you with unmatched options, convenience and the support of trained subspecialty radiologists.
Each MemorialCare hospital provides the broadest range of routine and advanced diagnostic outpatient imaging services, utilizing state-of-the-art equipment in patient friendly environments. In addition, services include image-guided biopsy capabilities, a wide range of interventional radiology procedures, fluoroscopy and therapeutic treatments including radioisotope therapies. Each hospital-based imaging department is staffed with board-certified radiologists with modality sub-specialization, providing the highest level of care.
MemorialCare Imaging Centers (MCIC) offer convenient locations throughout south Los Angeles and Orange Counties. These facilities provide the most advanced imaging technology available in a community-based setting, including: 3T Open MRI, 64-slice CT with low-dose technology, PET/CT with TruePoint HD Imaging and other advanced diagnostic imaging services.
Among the region’s most comprehensive, MemorialCare Breast Centers are on the leading edge of breast care with innovative diagnostic tools including 3-D mammography (also known as tomography), breast ultrasound and dedicated breast MRI. Our caring, compassionate physicians and staff are dedicated to the prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
State-of-the-Art Technology for Early Detection
When it comes to breast cancer, cancer, and heart and vascular conditions, early detection is key. Using the latest equipment, we offer a wide range of diagnostics including CT scans, MRI, mammography, nuclear medicine, PET/CT scans, and ultrasound.
We offer radiological excellence in imaging services, with a team of physicians and technicians who have specialized training and licensure in numerous radiological procedures.
Digital imaging systems, such as Picture Archival Communications System (PACS) and DR Systems, allows radiology images and reports to be examined digitally as soon as they are captured. With this technology, images and reports are available to physicians for viewing right away, either here in the hospital or in the physician's own office. The result for our patients is a timely turnaround of high-quality images, eliminating the need for time-consuming and cumbersome films.