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Spokane-based Inland Imaging merges with Columbia Basin Imaging

From staff reports

Inland Imaging has merged with another radiology group, Columbia Basin Imaging.

The combined company will operate under the Inland Imaging name with nearly 100 radiologists, making it one of the largest radiology practices in the West, according to a news release. The merger took effect Jan. 1.

Combining the two groups will help improve quality and keep costs down, Inland Imaging CEO Steve Duvoisin said.

Inland Imaging has operated in Spokane since 1930. The group serves outpatient imaging centers, hospitals, clincs and private practices in Washington, North Idaho and Western Montana.

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