PACS and Documents

Our team at CORA strives to bring innovation and technology to our medical services. As a result, we are excited to offer you the efficiency and security of a film-free imaging environment.


Imaging studies performed at Central Oregon Radiology Assoc., P.C., Central Oregon MRI, LLC, Cascade Medical Imaging, LLC and St. Charles Medical Center now offer reports and images online in a secure environment.


A picture archiving and communication system (PACS) is a new medical imaging technology providing economical storage as well as convenient access to images from multiple modalities. Electronic reports and images are digitally transmitted via PACS, eliminating the need to manually file, retrieve, or transport film jackets, the folders traditionally used to store and protect X-ray film.


Please complete the PACS Access Request below to obtain your login and password. The Uniview Quick Reference Sheet below provides simple instructions to download the software. Technologist Protocols are available below for CT and MRI.

Having trouble with the online request form? Please call 541-389-9729 for support, or download a copy of the form here.

Secure Access to Images and Reports

Sectra UniView is a zero-footprint web viewer that lets you view and interact with medical images at high speed, whether it’s radiology images, non-DICOM images, videos—or even whole slide pathology images. With an intuitive user interface and a powerful enterprise-wide search functionality, you can search for information in a Google-like manner and get quick and secure access to images and related patient information from any device or embedded in your EMR. Ultimately, this allows for faster and more accurate decisions, meetings with patients are enriched, and it gets easier to ask for peer reviews, even when colleagues are working from home or other sites. The download link can be found below.



Please contact our IT Help Desk at (541) 389-9729 with any additional questions you may have. Our staff at CORA is happy to assist you.