Medical Imaging, Concord

Medical Imaging, Concord

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Medical Imaging, Concord
2410 High School Ave., Concord, CA 94520
Phone (925) 687-5600 | Fax (925) 296-8582

John Muir Health's Medical Imaging Centers are focused on delivering the highest quality care for patients throughout their treatment experience. Our imaging sites are located throughout the county are staffed by licensed technologists and board-certified radiologists. With the variety of services offered in the medical imaging departments, John Muir Health's dedication and success in delivering quality care is reflected in the information below.


All of our mammography departments completed the American College of Radiology (ACR) Accreditation Program and are fully accredited. In addition, we have ACR accreditations in Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, MRI and Computed Tomography.

Medical Imaging procedures requiring appointments are made by calling a centralized scheduling phone number. Our courteous and professional scheduling staff can assist you by offering appointments at the most convenient location and time for your schedule.

Once your physician has determined that a Medical Imaging exam is necessary for your care and we have received your physician’s order, only one phone call is needed. You or your physician may call our centralized scheduling telephone number at (925) 952-2701, fax (925) 941-4065 to schedule your procedure.

Entrance and Parking

The main entrance to the John Muir Medical Center, Concord off of Almond Avenue. Our parking lot has 82 patient and visitor parking spaces. Additional parking for patients and visitors will continue to be available behind the medical center adjacent to the Emergency Department entrance, which can be accessed along Park Ave.

Along with increased signage, an attendant is available at the main entrance parking lot to direct traffic and provide a map, if needed, to the alternate patient and visitor parking area.

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Bone Density Exams
Also known as a DXA (dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry) this exam is a method of measuring bone mineral density, a process that’s also known as bone densitometry. DXA is used to evaluate bone loss and to diagnose and monitor osteoporosis.

Computed Tomography
Also known as CT scans, or CAT (Computed Axial Tomography) scans, they produce multiple cross-sectional images of the body by using special X-rays and computer enhancements. This technology creates an image many times more sensitive and detailed than a simple X-ray can produce. The detailed assessment gives your doctor information to help diagnose your condition.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Also known as MRIs, they provide extremely detailed images of body tissue, organs, and bones without using X-rays or radiation. Instead, it uses two natural, safe forces: magnetic fields and radio waves.

Nuclear Medicine
This is a safe, painless, and effective imaging method that provides specific information about organ function and structure. Nuclear medicine pharmaceuticals can also be used in the treatment or therapy of various cancers and other diseases.

Also known as diagnostic medical sonography, this is a safe and painless imaging process. It uses high-frequency sound waves, without radiation, to generate images of the internal structures of the body.

Online Pre-registration Form
Use this online registration form for most surgeries, tests, and procedures including births, radiology (ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, x-rays), mammography, cardiac tests (angiography, EKG), endoscopy, digestive tract and eye procedures, lab work, and all preoperative tests.

Other Registration Forms
Use one of the forms on this list to register for other services, for advance directives, and to apply for financial assistance.