Radiology and Imaging Sciences

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Clinical Care

At IU School of Medicine, clinical care and research enhance each other, and radiology is vital to both. Many patients admitted to University Hospital and Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis have complex conditions that have defied diagnosis and/or not responded to traditional treatment. These cases represent unique opportunities for radiology faculty and trainees to help and to learn.

Subspecialty areas within the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at IU School of Medicine are defined by technical, anatomic and age considerations. Close coordination between the subspecialties is necessary in consulting and managing individual patient problems.

Using advanced radiology equipment and techniques, recognized specialists in different areas of this area of medicine combine their talents to provide diagnosis and treatment, making major contributions to the discoveries and techniques that will save lives tomorrow.

 

Service Sites

Eskenazi Health

Eskenazi Health

With services ranging from ultrasounds to computed tomography, IU School of Medicine faculty support Eskenazi Health’s radiology services.
IU Health Methodist Hospital

IU Health Methodist Hospital

IU Health Methodist Hospital is a teaching and referral hospital that operates one of just two Level One Trauma centers in the state. A nationally recognized center with state-of-the-art radiology equipment where current residents and fellows further excel in their training.
IU Health University Hospital

IU Health University Hospital

IU Health University Hospital is an academic teaching and referral hospital located on the IU School of Medicine campus. The hospital is home to Indiana's only NCI-designated cancer center providing patient care at the IU Health Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center.
Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health

Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health

Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health is one of the nation's leading children's hospitals, consistently receiving national rankings for the quality of care in such specialties as cancer, cardiology, diabetes, neurology and more.
IU Health West

IU Health West

IU Health West Hospital, located in Avon on the west side of Indianapolis, provides family care services including maternity, sports medicine, cardiovascular and cancer care. The hospital is designed with on-stage and off-stage corridors and elevators to keep public and visitor movement separate from patients, materials, staff and supplies.
IU Health North

IU Health North

IU Health North Hospital is a full-service hospital providing care to adults and children in Carmel and Hamilton County north of Indianapolis, including maternity and surgical services. Pediatric care is supported by the expertise of Riley Hospital for Children and IU Health.
IU Health Saxony

IU Health Saxony

Located in Fishers on the northeast side of Indianapolis, IU Health Saxony Hospital has a primary focus on surgical services for cardiovascular, orthopedic and spine and includes an intensive care unit and an emergency department.
IU Health Tipton

IU Health Tipton

The high-trained experts at Tipton help serve the local community in various imaging needs, including mammography.
IU Health Ball Memorial

IU Health Ball Memorial

Located in Muncie, IN, this hospital has a rich history of delivering expert skill to the local area. IU School of Medicine experts in radiology can perform a variety of testing and diagnostic imaging to better treat Muncie patients.
IU Health Blackford

IU Health Blackford

IU School of Medicine radiologists and trainees are able to assess and perform diagnostic imaging in the Blackford area

Radiology Subspecialties