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UPDATE 7/6/20

SDMI is not currently seeing anyone that has a recent onset of Fever, Cough or Shortness of Breath at any of our locations. For your safety and the safety of our staff all patients and staff are required to wear a mask at all times, if you prefer to bring/wear your own mask you will not need to change into one provided by SDMI. Important Note: Our Green Valley location can no longer see symptomatic patients and will follow the same guideline as all other facilities.

UPDATE 4/16/20

Patients: For your safety and the safety of our staff we are asking everyone to wear a mask at all times, if you prefer to bring/wear your own mask you will not need to change into one provided by SDMI. SDMI recognizes the increasing need for symptomatic patients (patients with recent onset of Fever, Cough or Shortness of Breath) to have diagnostic imaging options outside of the hospital.  As a result, SDMI is dedicating their Green Valley location at 4 Sunset Way in Henderson, as a COVID symptom friendly imaging center.  To read more from this press release please click  here SDMI is committed to remaining open to care for our neighbors through this crisis. Team SDMI would like to thank you for your understanding

UPDATE 4/1/20

Patients may be asked to wear a mask at any time by SDMI staff, if you prefer to bring/wear your own mask you will not need to change into one provided by SDMI.

UPDATE 3/25/20

For the SAFETY of our Patients and our Staff we are not currently able to see anyone that has a recent onset of Fever, Cough or Shortness of Breath.

We will continue to refer patients that have a recent onset of these symptoms, have or are suspected to have COVID-19 back to their physician or to the hospital.

Additionally SDMI will be scheduling all Screening Mammograms, DXA Scans, CT Screenings and Barium Studies April 20th or later. All Liver, Lung & Thyroid Biopsies will not be scheduled until further notice. All other essential procedures including but not limited to Diagnostic Mammograms, Port Placements and Biopsies will continue to be scheduled with soonest available appointments (per insurance guidelines). If you are scheduled to be seen at SDMI for a non-essential study, please consult with your physician before canceling or rescheduling.

SDMI is committed to remaining open to care for our neighbors through this crisis.

Team SDMI would like to thank you for your understanding.

UPDATE  3/19/20:

Effective Immediately SDMI will be scheduling all Screening Mammograms and DXA Scans April 20th or later. All Liver and Lung Biopsies will not be scheduled until further notice. All other essential procedures including but not limited to Diagnostic Mammograms, Port Placements and Biopsies will continue to be scheduled with soonest available appointments (per insurance guidelines). If you are scheduled to be seen at SDMI for a non-essential study, please consult with your physician before canceling or rescheduling.

We are still unable to see any patients that have or are suspected to have COVID-19 for any type of procedure. We will continue to refer patients that have recent onset of cough, fever or shortness of breath back to their physician or to the hospital.

SDMI is committed to remaining open to care for our neighbors through this crisis.

UPDATE 3/17/20:

In a continued effort to clarify SDMI’s COVI-19 policy, we would like to add to our most recent blog post. SDMI will not see any patients that have or are suspected to have COVID-19 for any type of procedure. Additionally, any patient that has an acute (within the last 2 weeks) onset of cough, fever, or shortness of breath will be referred to the hospital. If a patient has a chronic (long term issues) illness or are visiting for Pulmonary Embolism, we will continue to see them. “This is the only way to ensure that patients who are highly susceptible still have a low risk option for the studies that their lives depend on. COVID-19 is not the only disease we are fighting right now, patients need ports for chemo therapy, biopsies for diagnosis, people still have severe pain, and a multitude of other issues that they need answers to” Dr. David Steinberg, CEO

(Las Vegas, Nev) – Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging (SDMI) continues their commitment to the Las Vegas Valley by caring for patients that have not been directly affected by COVID-19. With 8 out-patient radiology facilities SDMI has a unique opportunity to ensure patients can continue to receive the medical treatment they need.

SDMI will not see any patients that have or are suspected to have COVID-19 for any type of procedure. Additionally, any patient that is coughing will be turned away. “This is the only way to ensure that patients who are highly susceptible still have a low risk option for the studies that their lives depend on. COVID-19 is not the only disease we are fighting right now, patients need ports for chemotherapy, biopsies for diagnosis, people still have severe pain, and a multitude of other issues that they need answers to” Dr. David Steinberg, CEO.

In addition, SDMI is carefully monitoring all employees, any employee that is coughing or has had direct contact with a COVID-19 patient will be put on 14-day quarantine. To ensure staff takes extra precaution with any symptom Dr. David Steinberg and business partner Dr. Mark Winkler have promised to not only keep the business open for patients but for staff alike. There will be NO lay-offs of full time employees and anyone who does not have the adequate PTO (paid time off) to stay home for the full 14 days will be allowed to accrue a negative PTO balance. “I can’t have people worried about losing their homes and not being able to pay their bills” said Dr Steinberg when he instituted this policy. “We need to be a responsible corporate neighbor and stay open to care for those that need us.”

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About Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging Centers:

In 1958, Dr. Leon Steinberg came to Las Vegas to help Sunrise Hospital build the first radiology center. Through this experience, he saw a need for a patient-friendly option for medical imaging. With his son, Dr. David Steinberg, and Dr. Mark Winkler as his partners, Dr. Leon opened the first SDMI office in 1988. Their standards of excellence in patient care and technology have brought national and international recognition. Today, that commitment to deliver top-notch care wrapped around a positive patient experience has never been stronger.