Rhode Island Medical Imaging

To make an appointment, call 401-432-2400

For questions about your copay, deductible or cost, call 401-427-7820

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Cranston - Pontiac Ave Office

Cranston - Pontiac Ave office building for RIMI

  • Phone: 401-432-2400
  • Fax: 401-432-2519

Hours

X-ray
8:30 AM – 5 PM Monday – Friday

Directions

From the North
  • Take I-95 South to exit 14
  • Keep right to merge onto RI-37 W toward RI-2/Cranston.
  • Take exit 3 for Pontiac Ave toward John O. Pastore Center
  • Turn left onto Pontiac Ave.
  • Building is on the left.
From the South
  • Take I-95 North to exit 14-15
  • Take exit 14B to merge onto RI-37 W toward RI-2/Cranston.
  • Take exit 3 for Pontiac Ave toward John O. Pastore Center.
  • Turn left onto Pontiac Ave.
  • Building is on the left.
About RIMI
Latest News & Updates
East Providence I-195 West On-ramp Closures
Posted: 04.02.18

As RIDOT replaces the Parkway Ramp Bridge in East Providence (see below for more information), they will need to close the I-195 West on-ramps from Veterans Memorial Parkway and Warren Avenue in East Providence beginning Wednesday, April 4. Get detour information here.

Traffic heading north on the Parkway will follow a detour using Lyon Avenue to Warren Avenue to Broadway. Local traffic on the Parkway north of Lyon Avenue can use Mauran Avenue (the last street before the Parkway on-ramp) to Burgess Avenue to reach Warren Avenue and the detour route to Broadway.

Those heading to destinations on the East Side of Providence may wish to follow Valley Street to North Brow Street to Massasoit Avenue to use the Henderson Bridge as an alternate detour. Motorists also may wish to use Pawtucket Avenue or the Wampanoag Trail to the East Shore Expressway for I-195 West access.

The bridge replacement will be completed in late fall, however work on the nearby Washington Bridge will extend its reopening until the end of 2019.

Lung cancer expo highlights latest research, reinforces need for funding
Posted: 11.28.17

Despite lung cancer causing the most fatalities of any cancer in the United States, funding for lung cancer research has not drastically improved for many years. The American Lung Association drove home this message and other insights during the Lung Force Expo at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on November 8, 2017.