With over 50 years of experience combined, our radiologists are doctors who have completed several years of education, including undergraduate, pre-med, medical school, and residency programs and who are board certified and fellowship trained in the field of radiology with medical licensure in the State of California and Georgia. Additionally, our radiologists have completed fellowship training that allows them to concentrate with subspecialty care for our patients. Subspecialty care includes added training in orthopedics and sports medicine, neuroradiology, interventional radiology and whole body imaging. Check out our services for more information related to subspecialty care.
Dr. Brochert graduated valedictorian from Ross University School of Medicine. He trained in diagnostic radiology at Memorial Health University Medical Center.Read more
Dr. Feller is a Board Certified Diagnostic Radiologist with a subspecialty in Orthopedic/Sports Medicine Imaging, Body MRI, and Level II Cardiac CT Certification.Read more
Dr. Hancock is a Board Certified Diagnostic Radiologist and a Board Certified Neuroradiologist through the American Board of Radiology.Read more
Desert Medical Imaging offers a wide variety of services at each of our three (3) locations. To learn more about our services or to understand how to prepare for your procedure, click on the links provided below.
At DMI, we use MRI as a new option for the detection and localization of prostate cancer for men with abnormal PSA levels.
A diagnostic MRI creates a detailed cross-sectional image of the prostate gland without an invasive procedure. DMI’s Board Certified Radiologists then examine the images using Computer Aided Detection to identify areas in the gland that look suspicious; these areas may be further evaluated through a targeted MRI-guided biopsy.Read more
A common patient frustration is the administrative logistics that come with seeing multiple providers. At Desert Medical Imaging, we are committed to making healthcare easy for both patients and referring physicians.