At Inland Imaging everything we do is guided by our Core Purpose and Values. It's our mission and our commitment to live our purpose and values every day and in every interaction with our patients, our providers, and with each other.
Inland Imaging's CORE PURPOSE is to provide our patients and their health care providers with ANSWERS YOU CAN TRUST AND CARE YOU CAN COUNT ON.
We're guided by a shared set of common values that inform all we do. We're committed to DO THE RIGHT THING. TO SHOW WE CARE. TO MAXIMIZE INDIVIDUAL POTENTIAL. AND TO ALWAYS AIM HIGHER.
Each Inland Imaging center is designed with the patient in mind. Our goal is to make sure that when you visit one of our centers it is as comfortable, clean, and as safe as possible. Every facility offers an inviting and friendly environment to accommodate the needs of any visitor.
Inland Imaging uses the most groundbreaking technology and reviews the standards of each piece of equipment on a regular basis. Upgrades and remodels are in constant cycle in order to keep pace with the ever-changing needs and improvements within our medical community.
Why Choose Inland Imaging
- 9 free-standing outpatient imaging centers
- 75 subspecialized, board-certified radiologists
- 13 areas of subspecialized radiology expertise
- 400 — technical, clinical, and clerical staff employed
- 10 imaging modalities available including: X-ray, Ultrasound, Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), 2 and 3D Mammography, Spect CT, PET CT, Nuclear Medicine and Bone Densitometry
Inland Imaging’s history dates back to 1937 when a predecessor practice called Spokane Diagnostic Radiology was formed. The entity that was to become Inland Imaging came into being in the 1970s as Inland Radiology PS and was at the cutting edge of introducing a number of new imaging technologies developed over about a 10-year period in the 1970s and 80s, such as Ultrasound, Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
On Jan. 1, 1998, Sacred Heart Medical Center and Holy Family Hospital (now both part of the Providence Health System), partnered with Inland Imaging Management Inc. to form Inland Imaging LLC to provide outpatient radiology services at free standing imaging centers around the Spokane area.
The partnership allowed the company to reduce duplication, use staffing more efficiently, accelerate the introduction of new services and technologies, and allow Inland’s radiologists to delve more deeply into subspecialty fields, such as pediatric, neurologic and interventional radiology. It also allowed Inland to expand out further into the rural hospital system in Eastern Washington and to start their own Nighthawk overnight reading service.
In 2001, Holy Family Hospital began a major construction project to create a new Emergency Department. The hospital approached Inland Imaging LLC to provide imaging services for its Emergency Department and in-Hospital patients. This allowed Inland Imaging LLC to consolidate multiple offices on the northside into one 30,000sf location on the Holy Family campus when the new Emergency Department and Imaging center opened in 2003.
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children’s Hospital once again approached Inland Imaging Business Associates in 2014 looking for ways to improve the performance of its in-patient Imaging Department. The two organizations created an agreement that allows Inland Imaging Business Associates (IIBA) to provide Management services and technical and clerical staff within SHMC for the MRI, CT, Ultrasound and General Diagnostic departments.
Most recently, Inland Imaging has expanded its geographic scope by partnering with radiology groups in Missoula, Montana (2017) and Richland, Washington (Fall of 2018).
All this expansion allows and supports Inland Imaging’s core purpose of providing answers you can trust and care you can count on.Nike Air Flight Huarache