Loma Linda University Medical Center’s (LLUMC) Heart and Imaging Center is a new, provider-based clinic located in Colton, CA. Using the most cutting-edge technologies, the Center provides a full range of physician-provided, cardiac imaging and diagnostic services including electrocardiography, stress testing, echocardiography and 3T cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (C-MRI). Featuring this state-of-the-art MRI imaging and cardiac specialty clinics, the Heart and Imaging Center staff are committed to provide our patients compassionate whole person care focusing on their bodies, minds, and spirits.
Our physicians are experts in the field of cardiac diagnostic imaging, undergoing extensive and advanced training as well continuously contributing within the research and clinical settings. And all diagnostic imaging equipment is within the Heart and Imaging Center, ensuring that patients receive optimal and innovative healthcare all within a one-stop location.
The Heart and Imaging Center first opened its doors to patients in September 2008. To-date, the Center offers medical examination and cardiac diagnostic imaging services to adult patients throughout San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
Driven to uphold LLUMC’s highly esteemed values of integrity, compassion, teamwork, wholeness and excellence, the Heart and Imaging Center offers patients an extensive range of services supported by a team of top-caliber physicians and knowledgeable staff.
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With plenty of access and ease of scheduling for a cardiac diagnostic test and consultation appointment, the Center’s medical staff upholds our commitment to high standards of quality in every aspect of patient care. Our commitment to your cardiovascular health begins with your request for a consultative appointment with one of our physicians. To set up an appointment, please call us at (888) 558-2713 or fax your request to the clinic at (909) 835-1229.
In the event of an emergency, call 911. Please note the information provided within this web site is not intended to be used to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified health-care provider. Please consult with your regular physician or a cardiologist with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition.