Announcement for All Riverside Medical Clinic Patients – Telemedicine --

Riverside Medical Clinic Introduces Telemedicine*

To help curtail the spread of the COVID19 Coronavirus, and to ensure our patients can continue to receive the health care they need, we now offer Telemedicine for our Patients.

How Does It Work?

  • Patients who currently have an appointment may be contacted. If you agree to Telemedicine, a link to Telemedicine will be sent to you. Just follow the instructions.
  • For future appointments, when the appointment is made, depending on purpose of visit, you may be offered Telemedicine. If you accept, our staff will guide you on the process.
  • These are options. If you prefer, you may still visit our clinics and see your provider.

What You Need

  • Email access
  • Good internet access
  • Computer with camera, speaker and a microphone
    • or
  • Smart phone with camera/video and a microphone

What If You Are Not A Riverside Medical Clinic Patient?

We have been providing superior health care to our community for over 85 years. We would like to care for you. Just reach out by contacting our patient relations team at 951-782-3602

*Not all providers are participating

Riverside Medical Clinic is concerned about the health of our patients and community and as such we are open for regular business hours and providing medical care.

Nuclear Medicine Medical Services are available at the following Riverside Medical Clinic locations:


Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine was introduced over fifty years ago and today is relied upon to diagnose and treat several conditions. Twenty years ago, Riverside Medical Clinic recognized a need for specialized equipment to assist physicians in diagnosing and treating certain conditions that other diagnostic procedures were not able to detect, and established our Nuclear Medicine department.

In general, radiological images are created based on the anatomy, whereas nuclear medicine documents function on the structure of a patients’ organ. With this safe, painless and cost-effective technology, diseases that would not be evident with other diagnostic testing can be found early and treated.

One procedure performed by Nuclear Medicine is radioiodine treatment. Radioiodine is used to help diagnose patients with either a hyper or hypo thyroid problem. Special medication is given to the patients about 6 hours before the procedure is started. The medication is very safe with no known side effects. Data is then collected in a specialized camera and computer and read by the Nuclear Medicine physician. Another test provided is bone imaging. Bone scans are used to test for arthritis, osteoporosis, fractures, or tumors.

Patients are encouraged to ask their physician questions relating to the nuclear medicine procedure performed. Your physician will answer any question you may have.  Patients may also visit The Society of Nuclear Medicine at for more information about Nuclear Medicine.

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