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Our Administrative Staff

Rads, Inc. is fortunate to have a dedicated and professional administrative staff. They keep our practice running smoothly by organizing credentialing, coordinating physician scheduling and interfacing with our hospital partners. Our radiologists are grateful for their ongoing contributions to the group.

Maria
Practice Manager
Patty
Administrative Assistant
Karen
Administrative Assistant
Laura
Office Assistant

Billing Inquiries

For billing inquiries, call 1-844-870-8058

apppointments, Contact information and directions

Below you will find the information you need to contact or visit a Radiology / Diagnostic Imaging department near you. Click the Hospital name to visit their respective website. Directions are available via interactive google maps (you may have to log in to google).  From your mobile device, click on the department phone number to contact the Radiology Department directly.

Regional Medical Center of San Jose

225 North Jackson Avenue
San Jose, CA 95116
Fax 408.258.5868

Call 408.259.5000 x2540

Preparing for the procedure

Preparation for the scan varies, depending upon the part of your body being examined. We require that you have nothing to eat or drink 4 hours prior to your exam, except for medications. If you are on Glucophage medication or have severe allergies, please call for specific instructions. Please bring a current list of all medications you are taking.

For CT exams of the abdomen and/or pelvis, we require you to pick up oral contrast, which can be obtained in the Imaging Department at least 12 hours prior to the exam. Drink the entire container one hour prior to the exam. Do not eat or drink anything until your exam is complete. In some cases, it may be necessary to administer a contrast dye intravenously.

Sutter Tracy Community Hospital

1420 North Tracy Blvd.
Tracy, CA 95376
Fax: 209.832.6024

Call 209.832.6022

Preparing for the procedure

Preparation for the scan varies, depending upon the part of your body being examined. We require that you have nothing to eat or drink 4 hours prior to your exam, except for medications. If you are on Glucophage medication or have severe allergies, please call for specific instructions. Please bring a current list of all medications you are taking.

For CT exams of the abdomen and/or pelvis, we require you to pick up oral contrast, which can be obtained in the Imaging Department at least 12 hours prior to the exam. Drink the entire container one hour prior to the exam. Do not eat or drink anything until your exam is complete. In some cases, it may be necessary to administer a contrast dye intravenously.

Saint Louise Regional Hospital

9400 No Name Uno
Gilroy, CA 95020
Fax 408.842.3916

Call 408.848.8622

Preparing for the procedure

Preparation for the scan varies, depending upon the part of your body being examined. We require that you have nothing to eat or drink 4 hours prior to your exam, except for medications. If you are on Glucophage medication or have severe allergies, please call for specific instructions. Please bring a current list of all medications you are taking.

For CT exams of the abdomen and/or pelvis, we require you to pick up oral contrast, which can be obtained in the Imaging Department at least 12 hours prior to the exam. Drink the entire container one hour prior to the exam. Do not eat or drink anything until your exam is complete. In some cases, it may be necessary to administer a contrast dye intravenously.

Doctors Hospital of Manteca

1205 E. North St.
Manteca, CA 95336
Fax 866.550.4891

Call 209.239.8371

Preparing for the procedure

Preparation for the scan varies, depending upon the part of your body being examined. We require that you have nothing to eat or drink 4 hours prior to your exam, except for medications. If you are on Glucophage medication or have severe allergies, please call for specific instructions. Please bring a current list of all medications you are taking.

For CT exams of the abdomen and/or pelvis, we require you to pick up oral contrast, which can be obtained in the Imaging Department at least 12 hours prior to the exam. Drink the entire container one hour prior to the exam. Do not eat or drink anything until your exam is complete. In some cases, it may be necessary to administer a contrast dye intravenously.

Memorial Hospital Los Banos

520 W. I St.
Los Banos, CA 93635
Fax 209.827.1201

Call 209.826.0591 x50234

Preparing for the procedure

Preparation for the scan varies, depending upon the part of your body being examined. We require that you have nothing to eat or drink 4 hours prior to your exam, except for medications. If you are on Glucophage medication or have severe allergies, please call for specific instructions. Please bring a current list of all medications you are taking.

For CT exams of the abdomen and/or pelvis, we require you to pick up oral contrast, which can be obtained in the Imaging Department at least 12 hours prior to the exam. Drink the entire container one hour prior to the exam. Do not eat or drink anything until your exam is complete. In some cases, it may be necessary to administer a contrast dye intravenously.

San Joaquin General Hospital

500 W Hospital Rd.
French Camp, CA 95231
Fax 209.468.6222

Call 209.468.6231

Preparing for the procedure

Preparation for the scan varies, depending upon the part of your body being examined. We require that you have nothing to eat or drink 4 hours prior to your exam, except for medications. If you are on Glucophage medication or have severe allergies, please call for specific instructions. Please bring a current list of all medications you are taking.

For CT exams of the abdomen and/or pelvis, we require you to pick up oral contrast, which can be obtained in the Imaging Department at least 12 hours prior to the exam. Drink the entire container one hour prior to the exam. Do not eat or drink anything until your exam is complete. In some cases, it may be necessary to administer a contrast dye intravenously.

dameron Hospital

525 W Acacia St.
Stockton, CA 95203
Fax 209.461.7557

Call 209.461.3176

Preparing for the procedure

Preparation for the scan varies, depending upon the part of your body being examined. We require that you have nothing to eat or drink 4 hours prior to your exam, except for medications. If you are on Glucophage medication or have severe allergies, please call for specific instructions. Please bring a current list of all medications you are taking.

For CT exams of the abdomen and/or pelvis, we require you to pick up oral contrast, which can be obtained in the Imaging Department at least 12 hours prior to the exam. Drink the entire container one hour prior to the exam. Do not eat or drink anything until your exam is complete. In some cases, it may be necessary to administer a contrast dye intravenously.

Saint rose hospital

27200 Calaroga Ave.
Hayward, CA 94545
Fax 510.782.7082

Call 510.264.4055

Preparing for the procedure

Preparation for the scan varies, depending upon the part of your body being examined. We require that you have nothing to eat or drink 4 hours prior to your exam, except for medications. If you are on Glucophage medication or have severe allergies, please call for specific instructions. Please bring a current list of all medications you are taking.

For CT exams of the abdomen and/or pelvis, we require you to pick up oral contrast, which can be obtained in the Imaging Department at least 12 hours prior to the exam. Drink the entire container one hour prior to the exam. Do not eat or drink anything until your exam is complete. In some cases, it may be necessary to administer a contrast dye intravenously.

Billing Inquiries

For appointments please call the Radiology Department at your specific Hospital.
See above for Department contact information.

For billing inquiries, call 1-844-870-8058.

General and nonbilling Inquiries

Rads, Inc. Business Office
250 Cherry Lane, Suite 116
Manteca, CA 95337
P: 209-647-2184
F: 209-647-4684

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