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RIMA – Renaissance Imaging Medical Associates

30 hours ago Welcome to Renaissance Imaging Medical Associates, Inc. (RIMA), a single-source, full-line provider of specialized diagnostic imaging services, and one of the leading forces in southern California radiology. ... Renaissance endeavors to extend the best that technology has to offer in order to improve the quality of patient care ... >> Go To The Portal


Is Renaissance Northridge a good place to get a mammogram?

I recently had a bad experience at the Renaissance location in Westlake, by contrast Northridge was amazing! They were quick, efficient and so kind! They made the scary and uncomfortable experience of getting a mammogram a much easier experience. My tech was knowledgeable, kind and patient.

Where is the Diagnostic Imaging department at Northridge Hospital?

Visit Diagnostic Imaging Department - Northridge Hospital Medical Center - Northridge located at 18300 Roscoe Blvd, Northridge, CA.

Why choose Rima radiology?

Renaissance endeavors to extend the best that technology has to offer in order to improve the quality of patient care… RIMA offers distributed sub-specialty radiology services along the lines typically seen only in top academic radiology departments… To learn more about RIMA and our commitment to Quality and Customer Service, click here.

What are the good and bad things about Renaissance Medical Center?

The good: They did the CT scan that was requested from my doctor no problem. The bad: I emailed Renaissance regarding the following incidents and they never responded back to me regarding the care they gave so they deserve this to be known. I went here to get in and get out and I didn't expect this to happen.

🏥❤️ How do I find an imaging specialist near Northridge, CA?

Look for an imaging specialist near Northridge, CA and schedule an appointment. Find a doctor .

👨‍⚕️⚕️ How do I find an imaging specialist near Northridge, CA who takes my insurance?

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🗄️⚕️ How do I access my medical records?

You can access your medical records, test results, and more by going to our patient portal selector page . Find your city, click on your facility...

💳 How do I pay my bill?

To pay a bill online, visit our Billing Help and FAQ page and follow the instructions to pay a bill.

🖥️⚕️ Do you have a patient portal?

You can view the patient portal selector page and access your medical records, test results, and more. Find your city, click on your facility nam...

📱 Do you have a mobile app where I can book and see my appointments?

Our my care. by Dignity Health mobile app allows you to quickly and easily book and view appointments, get directions, and more.

📱 Do you have a mobile app where I can view my medical records and test results?

Our my portal. by Dignity Health mobile app allows you to view your medical records, test results, and even message your providers.

🙋🏽‍♂️🩺 How can I apply for job opportunities?

Navigate to our careers portal where you can view our current job openings and apply for positions online.

🙋👨‍⚕️ Do you have residency opportunities?

1. View our current Administrative Fellowship opportunities 2. View our current Physician Residency opportunities 3. View our current RN New Gra...

What is a patient portal?

My Portal (Patient Portal) is a website that allows you a convenient and secure way to view portions of your medical records and in some locations communicate with participating provider’s health care team. Within your My Portal (Patient Portal) account, you will be able to do the following:

What to do if you don't receive an invitation to my portal?

If you do not receive an invitation please contact the Medical Records Department. This web based tool may be in addition to online patient access offered by your doctor’s office.

How long does an enrollment link last?

The enrollment link expires 90 days from the day they are issued. If you are not able to find your invitation or it expired, you may request a new invitation from the staff at the facility that assist with your medical records. If you need technical help to locate the invitation, assistance enrolling, or navigating within the My Portal (Patient Portal), you may contact our Technical Support center at (877) 621-8014; the staff are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Imaging Services

Imaging services involve the use of technology to obtain images of inside the body. There are a variety of imaging technologies, such as ultrasound, computerized tomography (CT) scan, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

Diagnostic X-Ray

A diagnostic x-ray is a special method for taking pictures of areas inside the body. The x-rays pass through the body, creating an image on film or a computer display.

Computed Tomography (CT)

A computed tomography (CT or CAT) scan allows doctors to see inside your body. It uses a combination of x-rays and a computer to create pictures of your organs, bones, and other tissues.

Diagnostic Catheterization

Diagnostic catheterization is a minimally invasive cardiac procedure in which a very thin, hollow tube is inserted into a vein or artery in a limb and moved inward toward either the left or right side of the heart, depending on the symptoms being addressed. The doctor can then collect samples and conduct critical diagnostic tests.

Interventional Radiology

Interventional radiology (IR), uses medical imaging to guide minimally invasive surgical procedures that diagnose, treat, and cure many kinds of conditions.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses a magnetic field and computer generated radio waves to create detailed images of the organs and tissues in your body.

Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine procedures are used in diagnosing and treating certain illnesses. These procedures use radioactive materials.

What is Renaissance group?

The Renaissance group offers subspecialty interpretation and supervision of the full gamut of modern diagnostic imaging procedures across all modalities utilizing state of the art equipment. Services are provided within hospitals, outpatient centers, and remote satellite centers. Supervision and interpretation of studies is conducted on a continuous 7/24/365 basis facilitated by the companies centralized datacenter (PACSHUB) and SuperPacs system, the latter of which was developed in conjunction with CARESTREAM Health Systems.

What is CT imaging?

Computed Tomography (CT) The word tomography is derived from the Greek word tomos (slice). CT represents a radiological technique where thin slice pictures of any part of the body can be developed by passing x-rays through the area of interest and then processing them through a complex series of computer algorithms.

What is projectional radiography?

Projectional radiography refers to the use of x-radiation to produce two dimensional images of different parts of the body. For the first fifty years following the discovery of the x-ray, this technique was the only diagnostic method that encompassed the field now know as Radiology.

What is CT Angiography?

This test is referred to as CT Angiography (CTA) and has almost entirely replaced the need for the more invasive and dangerous diagnostic method of catheter angiography where the radiologist had to place a thin plastic catheter directly into the arteries that supply the body part to be studied and inject contrast material.

What is a RIMA group?

The RIMA group provides the full gamut of diagnostic CT interpretive services at both hospitals and outpatient imaging centers. Studies are performed on state of the art equipment including the most current generation of 64 slice CT scanners utilized for advanced vascular applications including assessment of the coronary arteries (CCTA). Read More About CT Services

What is ultrasound imaging?

Ultrasound imaging, also called ultrasound scanning or sonography, involves exposing part of the body to high-frequency sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of the body. Ultrasound exams do not use ionizing radiation (as used in x-rays).