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RMC Cardio IQ Medical Services are available at the following Riverside Medical Clinic locations:


RMC Cardio IQ


Riverside Medical Clinic has been a part of our community for over 85 years. We strive to provide the newest and most up-to-date medical care and services. RMC Cardio IQ is our cardio screening service designed to identify risk factors that can lead to heart disease, RMC Cardio IQ rivals and often surpasses those screenings of other healthcare facilities. A cardiovascular screening is a preventative medical measure that assists your treating provider in detecting possible cardiovascular disease or in some cases detects serious diseases that you may be unware of.

When the time comes for you to learn about your cardio health we are here to help. RMC Cardio IQ is a one day set of tests. Comprehensive results will be available within just a few days.

To learn more download our RMC Cardio IQ brochure here , or reach out to us to directly at 951-782-3608.


• Coronary Artery CT
• Carotid Ultrasound
• Abdominal Aortic Ultrasound
• Electrocardiogram (Cardiac Testing)
• Laboratory Blood Testing


  1. Coronary Artery Calcification/Calcium Scoring Screening (CT of the Chest)
  2. Carotid Artery Blockage Screening (ultrasound of the carotid arteries)
  3. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening (ultrasound of the abdomen)
  4. Ankle/Brachial Index Screening (blood pressure monitoring of the arm and ankles)
  5. Atrial Fibrillation Screening (aka EKG)
  6. Glucose and Cholesterol Screening (blood work)
  7. Body Mass Indexing (vitals – BP, height, weight and waist circumference)
  8. Cardiologist Interpretation Visit (Telemedicine call with a Riverside Medical Clinic Board Certified Cardiologist)

The seven testing components are all done in one day, scheduled consecutively for your convenience. When you make your appointment for your testing day, you will also be given an appointment with a Riverside Medical Clinic Board Certified Cardiologist. The CT and ultrasounds are done with state-of-the-art equipment and are what set Riverside Medical Clinic’s Cardiovascular Screening apart from other healthcare facilities who often only do minimal modalities and do not include a Telemedicine call with a Board Certified Cardiologist.


Your first stop will be at the lab. Upon completing your lab work you will check in at Imaging, and from there round out your visit with cardiology testing. Riverside Medical Clinic staff will assist you with every step of your day,
ensuring that all tests are completed in a timely manner.


Two to three days after the completion of your testing you will have a Telemedicine visit with your provider to review your results. After your Telemedicine visit, your test results will be available through Riverside Medical Clinic’s online patient portal – My Healthy Connection – and you will always have access to them.


Riverside Medical Clinic is honored to have Dr. William Suh as part of our Cardiology Department. Dr. Suh specializes in Interventional Cardiology, and performing catheter-based procedures to treat coronary artery disease, as well as structural heart disease including non-surgical heart valve replacement and repair.

Dr. Suh is ABIM board certified in Cardiovascular Diseases and Interventional Cardiology and is a fellow of the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography & Interventions. He has authored numerous journal manuscripts and book chapters as well as given presentations at national society meetings to share his expertise with the cardiology community. Born and raised in Chicago, Dr. Suh attended college at the University of Chicago and earned a BA degree in Chemistry. He stayed on campus for another 4 years and attained his MD degree from the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Medicine, moving on to California to do his internship and residency at UCLA. The next part of his training was at the
University of California Irvine for a cardiology fellowship. During those 3 years of fellowship, Dr. Suh became passionate in wanting to save lives and improve quality of life through cardiac interventions. He then pursued Interventional Cardiology fellowship training at the world-renowned Massachusetts General Hospital, a teaching hospital for Harvard Medical School.

At MGH, Dr. Suh trained under Igor Palacios, MD who pioneered transcatheter therapy for aortic and mitral stenosis. At that time, MGH was participating in the first PARTNER trial which studied transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) in treating aortic stenosis without openheart surgery. Dr. Suh went on to become faculty at UCLA, and with his MGH training, started the TAVR program and in a short period developed a world-class valve program. His expertise was sought after by many of his colleagues and he proctored numerous physicians all over Southern California.

Now practicing at Riverside Medical Clinic, Dr. Suh brings his expertise and skill to the Inland Empire. He is the most experienced TAVR operator in the region having performed over 600 TAVR procedures. He currently serves as the Cardiology Section Chief for Riverside Community Hospital as well as the Medical Director of the Chest Pain Center at Corona Regional Medical Center.

Download our RMC Cardio IQ brochure here

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