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Imaging Services

Patient-friendly, high-quality care

One of the first steps in treating any condition is an accurate diagnosis. In many cases, the starting point for physicians to make that diagnosis is to have clear, accurate images of the body. That’s the reason high tech equipment matters — things like MRIs and CT scans provide your doctor an incredibly detailed picture of what’s going on inside your body, which helps us help you get better.

At Fountain Valley Regional Hospital, we have fully-equipped digital imaging in the hospital, a Center for Breast Care (CBC) and an affiliated outpatient imaging center, Newhope Imaging, where you can get all the screening and diagnostic imaging you need, all on one campus.

Our diagnostic imaging services include:

  • General radiology including modified barium swallows, and VCUG for pediatric patients
  • Bone Densitometry
  • CT Scans including general and biopsies of lung and renal
  • Interventional Radiology including stroke intervention, embolization, angiograms and pain management
  • MRI including pediatric and adult sedation cases
  • Nuclear Medicine, including cardiac stress testing
  • Port placements, PICC line placements
  • Screening and Diagnostic Mammography at Newhope Imaging

Find a Location

Newhope Imaging Center

Our affiliated, freestanding, outpatient imaging center, including screening and diagnostic mammography. Open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Walk-ins are welcome.

11190 Warner Avenue, Suite 110
Fountain Valley, California 92708
General Inquiries and Scheduling: (714) 431-0303
Fax: (714) 431-0393

Directions/Parking: Newhope Imaging is located in the center of the hospital campus in a beige and brown brick building. If entering off Warner onto Mount Hope, Newhope Imaging is in the second building on the right. If entering off Euclid onto Hospital Campus Drive, proceed towards the center of the campus and Newhope Imaging is located on the left.

Center for Breast Care

Specialized for stereotactic breast biopsy, ultrasound biopsy and needle localization. by appointment only. For information or to schedule a procedure, please call Centralized Scheduling at (714) 966-8118. The Center is in the same building as Newhope Imaging.

11190 Warner Avenue, Suite 106
Fountain Valley, California 92708
Scheduling: (714) 966-8118
General Inquiries: (714) 966-5001
Fax: (714) 966-5021

Additional Service Locations

MRI services are provided in the main hospital, at 17100 Euclid Street at Warner and outpatient CT services are provided in the East Tower at 11250 Warner Avenue on the main floor. For information or to schedule a diagnostic test, please call Centralized Scheduling at (714) 966-8118. Centralized Scheduling is available from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

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Five Patient Safety Tips When Visiting the Hospital

Whether you come to the hospital for a health screening, laboratory test or a consultation with your doctor, we want you to understand what we’re doing to help create a safe environment.

We follow safety precautions which align with the safety protocols provided by the CDC, CMS and State that help keep you, our staff and our communities safe. COVID SAFE standards are built upon deep clinical expertise and are a rigorous combination of infection prevention processes, training, testing, personal protective equipment and technology. These safety precautions include the following:

  1. Distinct COVID SAFE and COVID CARE Zones – Separate areas with clear signage and protocols
  2. Rigorous Physician and Staff Protocols – Daily screening, universal masking and access to PPE
  3. Heightened Sanitization – Enhanced cleaning of surfaces and plenty of hand sanitization stations
  4. Access to COVID-19 Testing – In-house, rapid testing for patients, physician and staff who require it
  5. Precautions for Patients and Visitors – Provision of face masks, hand sanitizer and physical distancing
  6. Enhanced Virtual Access – Virtual care, remote monitoring and connectivity with loved ones

Please note that our visitor policies can change based on conditions, and the most recent information is available here.

In addition to the efforts of the hospital to keep you safe, you can also help in preventing the spread of bacteria and viruses.

Here are five patient safety tips you can follow to help keep you safe on your next hospital visit:

  1. Wash your hands thoroughly and regularly.
    Regular handwashing is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of bacteria and virus, which can prevent you from getting sick as well as getting others infected.

  2. Wear a mask and practice social distancing at all times.
    To keep bacteria and viruses from spreading, always wear your mask and stay at least 6 feet or about two arm lengths away from people who are not from the same household.

  3. Take medications as prescribed.
    Do not self-medicate. Only take medications, especially antibiotics, when your provider prescribed them to avoid complications. If prescribed, take them as instructed.

  4. Get vaccinated.
    Make sure to get vaccinated against flu and other infections. These vaccines will help build your immune system and can help prevent unnecessary hospital visits.

  5. Be honest with your healthcare provider.
    Tell your healthcare providers everything they need to know for them to diagnose and treat you accurately. Withholding needed information could lead to misdiagnosis.

Your safe care is our #1 priority.

Source:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention