Radiologic imaging technologies use radiation to create images of the dense, internal areas of the body. These images are used to diagnose health conditions that can then be treated properly by physicians.
We are committed to getting the best diagnostic images with the least amount of radiation possible, and we work with referring physicians to ensure imaging strategies that are best for the patient.
Our radiologists specialize in diagnosing disease and injury through medical imaging technology such as:
Interventional radiologists treat disease and other medical conditions through image-guided technology. From a 3-mm nick in your skin, they can access almost any system in the body. When needed, they can open clotted arteries in the brain, administer extremely high doses of chemotherapy to a tumor in the liver or freeze a kidney tumor to negative 200 degrees Celsius.
Interventional radiologists specialize in minimally-invasive procedures such as:
Radiology is located on the first floor of the Center Tower. The Outpatient Radiology MRI building is located just down the hall from Center Elevators as you are walking toward the West Tower.
Parking for MRIs or other radiology services is available at the West Tower main entrance. Use the valet parking from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday or the west parking garage.