technology that is faster,
quieter, brighter and more
spacious with extraordinary
imaging with a kinder and
more accurate mammogram.
care with low dose x-ray.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA'S MOST TRUSTED RADIOLOGY CENTER
An incredibly quick and basic diagnostic test generally used to look at your bones.
A noninvasive machine that uses magnets and computers to produce…
An Ultrasound is a diagnostic tool that uses sound waves (versus radiation) to…
Computerized tomography, or CT, uses thin x-ray “slices” to look at small…
A Mammogram is an x-ray image of your breast used to look for cancer.
A positron emission tomography (PET) scan is a dynamic radiology test used to locate cancer
A bone density test determines if you have osteoporosis. The bones that are…
About 'Inglewood Imaging Center' (IIC)
Inglewood Imaging Center, LLC was founded by Radiology Entrepreneur Bradley Schmidt in 2007. Bradley previously worked in the radiology technology industry with two global radiology technology organizations Siemens Medical & CTI Molecular Imaging where he led business development efforts in California and Hawaii.
Being inspired by remarkable cancer finding technology created by CTI Molecular Imaging (called PET/CT Imaging) Bradley was determined to create a radiology access point for patient needing modern cancer imaging technology as well as standard radiology, so he wrote a business plan, raised $4,500,000 from investors, and identified the City of Inglewood as a strategic health access need area in 2007.
Inglewood was a dynamic city, convenient to all areas of the South Bay, Metro LA, Downtown, Culver City and West LA. Inglewood Imaging Center, LLC has been nationally recognized by Inc Magazine, Imaging Economics, Imaging Business Magazine, Wall Street Journal, and was honored as a “Healthcare Company of the Year” Winner (CEO of the Year) from 2014-2017 by the Los Angeles Business Journal.
WHY CHOOSE IIC?
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In the U.S., one woman will die of breast cancer every 13 minutes. In Los Angeles, 100 people are diagnosed with breast cancer every week.
That’s why Brad Schmidt opened an advanced imaging center in Inglewood, a predominately African-American part of Los Angeles that had been underserved.
This facility is just one of the places where “Susan G. Komen” sends women that are either uninsured or underinsured, one of many partnerships that ensures that every woman can get a mammogram.
Every year, IIC brings the healthcare community together for our “Burgers, Beats and Breast Cancer” (“BBB”) lunch event. This year’s event was remarkable as we hosted nearly 175 attendees from 40 healthcare organizations.
IIC New MRI Achieves “A” Rating, Disparity Solutions, Trademark Award, PET/CT Prostate & TAR’s, 2021 Cash Rates
I wanted to take this opportunity to personally thank everyone for your support of IIC mention how remarkable it’s been to experience and overcome 2020 together.
As you may have heard, Inglewood Imaging Center (“IIC”) was able to negotiate a successful $1.7 million capital funding
IIC is now able to bring to California’s healthcare landscape a modern mammogram experience with “Less Squeeze and More Accuracy!”