UPMC Presbyterian radiology is a full-service imaging facility, offering the latest imaging equipment and cutting-edge diagnostic and interventional radiology procedures. The hospital houses a majority of the radiology divisions, including abdominal imaging, neuroradiology, nuclear medicine, thoracic imaging, and vascular and interventional radiology, as well as the radiology administrative offices. Each division has its own reading room and office space, in addition to a dedicated cardiac reading room for cardiac MR and CT. As UPMC Presbyterian is home to many of UPMC’s other specialty departments, opportunities for research abound, and many faculty participate in clinical studies with departments that include urology, orthopaedics, transplant surgery, neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, cardiology and others. In addition to offering all modalities, UPMC Presbyterian was the first hospital in the region to offer clinical 3T MR to patients.
UPMC Presbyterian, located in the heart of Oakland, is the hub of the UPMC health system and is the region’s largest medical/surgical referral hospital. In conjunction with the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, multiple ongoing research and graduate programs are a source of research in almost every field of medicine. The hospital is a renowned center for organ transplantation, and a recognized leader in cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, critical care medicine and trauma services, and neurosurgery. In addition, UPMC Presbyterian also is designated as a Level I Regional Resource Trauma Center, and is the busiest such center in Pennsylvania.
Founded in 1893, UPMC Presbyterian continues to provide state-of-the-art medical care to patients in the tri-state area and throughout the world. The hospital has earned numerous accolades, including repeat recognition by U.S. News & World Report as a top hospital in America. To learn more about the hospital visit Presbyterian