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Fresno Imaging

Fresno Imaging is proud to serve the patients and referring physicians of Fresno, California. As one of the largest providers of imaging services in Fresno County, we offer a wide range of radiology exams at our state-of-the-art facility and the knowledge of expert, board-certified radiologists with advanced, sub-specialty training in MRI, CT, mammography, X-ray, ultrasound and other medical imaging studies. Our experience helps referring physicians make diagnoses necessary to provide appropriate and timely medical treatment.

At Fresno Imaging, it is our goal to provide exceptional health care services with local physicians and to improve health outcomes in our communities. We thank our staff and our patients for allowing Fresno Imaging to become one of your leading providers of imaging services. Contact us to schedule your medical imaging exam today. Ask about our special cash pricing for uninsured patients.

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