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Rolling Oaks Radiology – Ventura County

Rolling Oaks Radiology | Ventura County's Leading Imaging Services Provider

Rolling Oaks Radiology has helped improve the health of Ventura County residents for nearly 20 years. Our board-certified radiologists — all based in Ventura County — have the sub-specialty knowledge required to accurately interpret MRI, PET/CT, mammography, ultrasound and other medical imaging studies. Our experience helps referring physicians more accurately diagnose medical conditions, which leads to more appropriate and timely medical treatment.

The experience, dedication and compassion of our staff have helped Rolling Oaks Radiology become one of the leading providers of imaging services in Ventura County. Contact us to schedule your medical imaging exam at one of our 11 Ventura County, California medical imaging centers.

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