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Doctors and patients agree that the testing facilities offered by Optima Diagnostic Imaging are world-class, and for different reasons. For physicians, Optima Diagnostic Imaging offers rapid turn around of results, expertly read from our latest-generation of testing devices. For patients, Optima Diagnostic Imaging offers easy scheduling, a comfortable facility, and first-class amenities. For these reasons and more, Optima Diagnostic Imaging has become known as among the top imaging centers in Los Angeles and the world.

Convenience, efficiency and expertise to maximize your health.

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Optima Diagnostic Imaging provides Referring Physicians with prompt medical imaging scans for their patients, as well as fast reports and enhanced images via our web-based PACS system. We use an advanced digital electronic medical records system to streamline reporting and eliminate paperwork to provide rapid service at our top imaging center in Los Angeles.

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Convenience & Care

At Optima Diagnostic Imaging, we understand that undergoing tests can be a stressful experience. With our first-class staff and amenities, valet parking, an onsite gourmet cafe, comfortable surroundings, and wireless internet, patients and their loved ones will feel welcomed and relaxed at among the best imaging centers in Los Angeles.

Optima Diagnostic Imaging offers same-day appointments and flexible scheduling tailored to the needs of our patients. It is, simply, the first choice for both patients and doctors for convenient, state-of-the-art imaging services at one of the top imaging centers in Los Angeles and worldwide.

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Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19 View Update We are Open!


What is COVID-19?

COVID-19 is a new type of virus that can cause mild to severe infections in the lungs. Like other viruses, it can lead to serious infections for people with weakened immune systems. COVID-19 may cause more severe infections than other viruses. We do not have a vaccine to help control its spread, but experts are working to make a vaccine.

How does COVID-19 spread?

The virus can spread easily, just like the common cold or flu. It spreads when an infected person coughs or sneezes droplets that can get into the eyes, nose, or mouth of people nearby. Droplets also land on surfaces that people touch before touching their own eyes, nose, or mouth.

How can I protect myself?

These are some of the best ways to protect yourself and others from the virus:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Use hand sanitizer with 60% or more alcohol until you can wash your hands with soap and water.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth without washing your hands first.
  • Clean and disinfect surfaces often. Regular household wipes and sprays will kill the virus. Be sure to clean places that people touch a lot, such as door handles, phones, keyboards, and light switches.
  • Avoid handshakes, hugging, and standing or sitting close to people who are coughing or sneezing.
  • Be as healthy as you can. Get plenty of sleep, eat healthy, exercise, and manage your stress. If you are sick, follow these steps:
  • Stay home.
  • Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze. If you use a tissue, put it in the garbage right away. If you do not have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your elbow crease.
  • Call before going to your medical appointments. Let them know about recent travel or if you have had contact with a person with COVID-19.

What should I do if I have cancer?

Some people with cancer might have a higher risk of getting COVID-19 or having a serious infection from it. Do your best to follow the steps listed above to protect yourself. Ask your doctor or nurse if they have special recommendations based on your health or type of treatment.

Call your doctor right away if any of these happen to you:

  • You have a fever higher than 100.3 degrees F.
  • You feel short of breath.
  • You develop a cough, runny nose, or congestion.

Should I wear a mask?

It is recommended to wear a mask in pubic at all times. Please wear a mask at all times while at Optima Diagnostic Imaging as well. This can help prevent the spread of the virus, and protect both you and those around you.

What if I care for or live with a cancer patient?

If you are caring for or living with someone with cancer, do your best to keep them from getting the virus. Follow the steps to protect yourself listed on this sheet.

If you become sick yourself, call your doctor to see what more you should do to protect your loved one.

What about people visiting?

If you are sick or have been exposed to COVID-19, we ask that you not come to Optima Diagnostic Imaging. We ask that you find someone who isn’t sick to join your loved one at their appointments.

To protect all patients, we may limit the number of people who can visit someone staying in the hospital. Please check with your care team.

How will Optima Diagnostic Imaging protect me from getting COVID-19

Our Facility is taking steps to keep patients separate from those who may be at risk. At every appointment, your care team will ask questions about overall health and recent travel. Patients and anyone entering the center will have their temperature checked upon arrival, and will be asked to wear a mask. Visitors are limited if they are not actual patients, including family members, and translation services are also being conducted by phone or video instead of in person. Staff members are wearing increased protective equipment. We may ask some patients to wait in a separate room or to reschedule until they are feeling better if they have any symptoms. Everyone must respect social distancing protocols wherever possible including in the waiting room, infusion area and clinic.

We are also taking extra steps to clean and disinfect surfaces throughout our Facility between each patient, and deeper cleaning each evening.

Will you still care for me if I get sick?

Yes. Your care is our top priority. Although we may change some ways we care for you, we will never put your care or health at risk.

Is there care available for International Patients?

For international patients, we are here for you each step of the way. We have resources for private travel arrangements, including private jet, private car transfers from airport, and relationships with local housing and hotel options with the top safety and cleanliness precautions.

Optima Diagnostic Imaging 8900 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 200 Beverly Hills CA 90211 310-432-8900