Reno Diagnostic Centers prides itself on offering the best in technology at an affordable rate. When patients shop for the lowest cost for medical imaging in the northern Nevada area, RDC rates are almost always the lowest in cost. This recent article in USA Today provides a nice outline and explanation of the importance of shopping […]
This article in the Reno Gazette Journal features Reno Diagnostic Centers and provides insight into the changes in technology in medical imaging. Article Link Click Here: RGJ Article Featuring RDC
This recent article published in the Wall Street Journal provides insight and detail on the ever-important and expanding roles radiologists play in your health care. LINK: WSJ: Radiologists Take On Bigger Role In Diagnosing
RENO DIAGNOSTIC CENTERS Gives 93 Free Mammograms RENO, Nev. (June 14, 2016) – Reno Diagnostic Centers (RDC) hosted Free Mammo Mondays during the month of May with great success. RDC was able to provide 93 women with free screening mammograms through the event. In past years, RDC offered free mammograms for women without medical insurance […]
This article from the Reno Gazette Journal highlights SonoCine (Whole Breast Ultrasound) and breast density. RDC is mentioned in the article as one of two locations that offers this technology. Article Link: http://www.rgj.com/story/money/business/2016/05/31/ncet-tech-tips-sonocin-offers-lifesaving-health-care-technology/85204334/
Sometimes, people assume that osteoporosis only strikes postmenopausal women, but in reality, there is a wide range of risk factors that might make you more prone to having low bone density or osteoporosis. If your primary healthcare provider believes that you’re at risk for low bone density, or believes that a test is necessary to […]
RENO DIAGNOSTIC CENTERS OFFERING FREE MAMMOGRAMS RENO, Nev. (April 7, 2016) – Reno Diagnostic Centers (RDC) will be hosting their annual event offering free mammograms. This year, rather than offering just one day for free mammograms there will be four Mondays in May. Free Mammo Mondays provides free mammograms for women age 40 and up, […]
The number on the scale means little to nothing when it comes to assessing your overall fitness and health, and it means even less when it comes to measuring progress. Don’t be fooled by sensationalist television shows or ads touting double or even triple-digit weight loss as a sign of anyone’s life improving. Everyone who cares about their health should know their body fat percentage to get a true baseline of their health and to be able to accurately assess progress.
During an X-ray, MRI, CT scan or other medical imaging procedure, patients are often expected just to follow instructions—sit there, lie there, turn this way, hold this, don’t move. Afterward, they are expected to be on their way with some vague feeling that their doctor will eventually look at the images and be in touch if they reveal anything serious. Here at Reno Diagnostic Centers, however, we’re about transparency (in more ways than one!) and encourage our patients to fully understand their health care experience.
On December 16, 1985, Reno Diagnostic Centers (RDC) opened their doors for the first time, and a new era of medical imaging in Nevada began. Led by Dr. Ross Golding, RDC instituted an era of higher standards for medical imaging by introducing the first MRI scanner to the state. This led to more accurate diagnostics, fewer false positives, less exploratory surgery, and greater overall health and well-being for citizens of the state.