Partners in Pink
MD Imaging Inc…
MD Imaging isn’t just a leader in the Redding medical community. Its efforts years back with “Think Pink” started a national movement on Breast Cancer Awareness that continues to this day.
From its humble beginnings in 1965 to being the recognized and trusted radiologic leader north of Sacramento, MD Imaging strives to offer the most comprehensive diagnostic services to its patients.
“Patient care, wanting the best for our patients and showing our heart and that people matter most,” is what drives MD Imaging’s staff.
Begun in 1951 when Dr. George Martin opened the area’s first radiology practice at the corner of Market and Tehama streets, he soon partnered with others to form Redding Radiological Associates. Changed to MD Imaging in 1994, Martin’s vision continued to lead the way for Redding-area patients as it was the first to offer nuclear medicine and positron emission topography (PET), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and MammoTest II non-surgical breast biopsy.
From X-ray to ultrasound to CT scan, PET scan and MRI, MD Imaging continues to offer state-of-the-art imaging technology to help you and your physician make informed decisions about your health care. Their board-certified radiologists, extensive range of services and leading-edge equipment help provide a complete health assessment picture.
Today, MD Imaging serves more than 500 patients daily at four locations – MD Imaging, the Women’s Imaging Center, the Vascular & Interventional Center and MD Imaging Anderson. The easy-to-use website is a trove of valuable information, including services offered as well as a patient portal.
“The company’s true dedication is to the community, to patient care and wellness.” Says spokesperson Christine Swim.
In addition to being the forebearer of the Think Pink movement, its CEO Mike Davis also leads by example – he was named 2021 Redding Chamber Citizen of the Year for his philanthropic involvement in the Redding community. Additionally, MD Imaging is involved with Downtown Soroptimists, One Safe Place, The Good News Rescue Mission, Viva Downtown and many more community organizations.
But it’s Perhaps the Think Pink Week where the group shines the brightest in its role as a community leader. Founded in 1996 by MD Imaging and 2 other community partners, Think Pink, now run by NorCal Think Pink, educates women in far northern California about breast cancer, self-exams and the importance of early detection. MD Imaging distributes more than 40,000 free education bags during Think Pink Day in October, up from just 500 during the first event.
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