At Community Hospital San Bernardino’s Imaging Department, we’re here to keep you happy, healthy, and whole.
Cardiac catheterization, also called or heart catheterization, is a form of diagnostic imaging that is performed to diagnose or treat conditions affecting the heart. During a cardiac cath, a doctor uses a thin tube, called a catheter, to get a picture of the heart’s blood vessels and perform tests or treatments.
An electroencephalogram, or EEG, is one of the key tests used to diagnose neurological issues, especially epilepsy. Using electrode sensors, doctors will monitor your brain's electrical activity to determine brain wave patterns and any subsequent problems.
Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Walk-ins are accepted for X-rays.
We accept Medi-cal, Medi-Care, some Medi-Cal HMO programs, most major health insurance plans including HMO plans under Community Hospital IPA.