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  • - The only community-based, private-practice, physician-operated imaging facility in the Antelope Valley, just like any other private practice medical office. Not belonging to any hospital or outside imaging network. This means more personal and caring service.
  • - AIC was the first MRI-accredited site in the Antelope Valley ... approved by the American College of Radiology's MRI Accreditation Committee.
  • - Dr. Ray Hashemi is the only radiologist in the area with fellowship training in ALL aspects of MRI, including neuro and musculoskeletal MRI.
  • - AIC was the first to introduce a high-quality OPEN MRI (open-air or open-sided MRI) to the Antelope Valley (January 1998).
  • - AIC was the first to introduce Short-bore OPEN High-Field (1.5 Tesla) MRI to the Antelope Valley (January 1999).
  • - AIC was the first to introduce multi-slice CT (MSCT) to the Antelope Valley (August 1999); upgraded to a 16-slice CT in 2003.
  • - AIC was the first to introduce revolutionary 3D Ultrasound to the Antelope Valley (April 1999); upgraded to a GE 4D Ultrasound in 2004.
  • - AIC was the first to introduce a PET scanner to the Antelope Valley (July 1999). 6. AIC was the first to achieve MRI Accreditation in the Antelope Valley (July 2000).
  • - Advanced Imaging Center has the only PET-CT in the area.
  • - Advanced Imaging Center also has the only WIDE-BORE 9 (70 CM) 3.0T MRI in the area.