Providing state of the art clinical care and outstanding radiology education
MRI - guided laser ablation prostate treatment available at UTMB.
On October 20, 2013, the UTMB Sunday Screening Mammogram Program visited St. Mary of the Miraculous Medal Catholic Church in Texas City, Texas. From left to right are Mammographers Jessica McCall and Megan Benoit, PSS Ida Hernandez, and Transportation Technician Jose Martinez.View it here
UTMB's Eric Walser, M.D. is on the The Doctors television program discussing his interventional radiology procedure using lasers to kill tumors.View it here
Pictured are residents Umar Kudrath,Reza Hakimelahi, Roy Riascos-Faculty, John Heymann and Claudia Cotes.
2013 Health Fair offered by the Texas Section of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry, partnering with the Restoration Chapel and University of Texas Medical Branch.Read more about it here.
Dr. Angela Robinson is featured in the March CHANGE magazine article focusing on "Women Creating Change".
Una de cada diez mujeres e EU sera diagnosticada con cancer, de ahi la necesidad de realizarse examenes periodicos
The mission of the Department of Radiology is to provide teaching, research, and patient care service involving medical imaging and radiologic intervention at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Texas. The department occupies approximately 65,000 square feet of space in five seperate buildings (including four off-island imaging facilities).
Seventeen full time faculty members who are appointed in the School of Medicine presently accomplish the academic portion of the mission.
The departmental staff is made up of physicians, scientists, administrative, technical, nursing, secretarial, and clerical employees totaling approximately 160 employees.
UTMB's Department of Radiology is accredited by the American College of Radiology in: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT), Nuclear Medicine, and Ultrasound. It is also recognized as a Center of Excellence for Breast Imaging.
UTMB Radiology News and Events
Texas Monthly SuperDoctors
We now have a painless test that uses very low radiation to look for lung cancer in just 30 seconds
Find out if you should have this test
UTMB offers ‘Sunday Screenings’
Free screening mammograms for uninsured Galveston County residents
Image of Jennie Sealy Hospital opening early 2016 featuring intra-operative 3T MR, dual source 128 slice CT and state of the art surgical and intensive care suites.
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