• Guiding the decisions of our healthcare team

    Diagnostics is often where patient care begins. What we learn through diagnostics guides every decision of the healthcare team as they work to heal patients. That's why San Antonio Regional Hospital provides advanced technology to support diagnostics and gives dedicated radiology professionals every advantage to excel.

    San Antonio's Radiology Department is divided into three major areas: Diagnostic Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, and Radiation Oncology, which serve the main hospital as well as our satellite medical plazas in Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, and Fontana.

    Our diagnostic radiology services include:

    • General radiography and fluoroscopy
    • Diagnostic ultrasonography, including "real-time" linear scanning
    • Portable capabilities, including fluoroscopy in surgery
    • Head and body CT scanning
    • 1.5T and 3T Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
    • Open MRI
    • Angiography
    • Mammography and stereotactic breast biopsy
    • Dexa-scan – bone density (osteoporosis screening)

    Better futures for everyone through technology.

    If you're a radiology professional who appreciates what innovation brings to your patients and career, then you belong at San Antonio. We view technological advancements as elemental to all our successes and regularly invest our resources to back up this commitment:

    • Our state-of-the-art 64-slice CT scanner at the main campus is considered one of the fastest and most detailed scanners in the world, allowing physicians to view anatomical structures in greater detail and with more clarity than ever.
    • We are the region's first 3T MRI-equipped facility, providing unparalleled digital imaging at twice the magnetic strength of the conventional 1.5T MRI.
    • San Antonio offers patients a completely digital Angio suite for inpatient and outpatient interventional needs.
    • Our state-of-the-art Women's Breast Imaging Center includes 3-D digital mammography, digital breast biopsy, bone density, and ultrasound, all in the comfort of a spa atmosphere.
    • Nuclear Medicine professionals use the latest technology for planar and SPECT, including a triple-head whole body scanner, a triple-head cardiac scanner, and a multi-purpose single-head scanner.
    • The Radiation Oncology Department provides external beam radiation therapy using state-of-the-art techniques such as 3D-conformal and IMRT treatment options.
    • Our Southern California Regional Gamma Knife Center makes us the first hospital to bring the Leksell Gamma Knife Perfexion® – the most advanced Radiosurgery system available – to the Inland Empire.

    These advancements have put San Antonio on the cutting edge of radiology, and we're confident you'll agree that San Antonio is an excellent place to build a career in radiology.