We have earned a reputation with our referring physicians and patients for friendly service and clinical accuracy. Our high quality state-of-the-art technology provides the patients and physicians an extra measure of comfort and service. Our supportive staff is always there before, during and after the exam to answer your questions. You can be confident that your MRI is being interpreted by a Board Certified Radiologist.
We are conveniently located on 23rd Street between the Home Depot and Ross Shopping Center and Pier One. We offer same day appointments as well as evening and weekend appointments to accommodate your schedule. We also offer free parking at our front door! For your added convenience we offer MRI, Ultrasound, and X-Ray all in one location.
SunCoast Diagnostic Imaging offers high field performance while being open on all four sides. This exciting technology is at the forefront of diagnostic imaging. Its ultra-wide opening accommodates ALL TYPES of patients, even physically large and claustrophobic patients. It is ideal for elderly and sedation sensitive patients due to its power, speed and flexibility. A two-way intercom system allows communication with the technologist during your exam. For your enjoyment you may listen to a CD or cassette of your choice and bring a companion to sit with you during your entire exam.
Every patient at SunCoast Diagnostic Imaging receives the highest quality service, because we care! We treat our patients like they are one of the family with prompt and friendly service in a warm and relaxing environment. We strive to provide our patients with fast accurate results, results you and your physician can be sure of.
SunCoast Diagnostic Imaging has been awarded a 3 year term of accreditation by the American College of Radiology (ACR). The ACR awards accreditation to MRI practices for the achievement of high standards after a voluntary evaluation. The MRI Accreditation Program evaluates qualifications of personnel, equipment performance, effectiveness of quality control measures and quality of clinical images.