The Radiation Department
The Philips PET/CT is the only large bore PET/CT scanner in the Toledo area. It’s also the only PET/CT scanner that’s permanently installed. This scanner is designed with patient comfort in mind. “Large bore” means there’s a nice roomy area for our patients to rest comfortably for the scanning procedure. With this innovative design, we hope to eliminate claustrophobia and accommodate bariatric patients more comfortably.
MRI scanning is another powerful tool for diagnosing breast cancer. Our 3.0T MRI Vibrant technology, located in the hospital medical center, is optimal for dense breasts and for patients who have implants or are at high risk for developing breast cancer.
The mammography program at the Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Centeris accredited by the FDA and the American College of Radiology, and adheres to Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) regulations.
In order to provide the best possible service to our patients in the Radiology Department at the Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center, we also offer comprehensive imaging options at UTMC’s hospital on the same campus, including:
- Diagnostic X-ray
- CT Scans
- Nuclear Medicine
- MRI and Ultrasound
Throughout your cancer treatment you want to know that you are receiving the best possible care. All of the radiologists at the Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center and The University of Toledo Medical Center are board certified. They meet the highest standards in the field of radiology, so the specialists studying your images are the best qualified in helping your physician to diagnose your condition and determine the best course of treatment for your cancer.
Our mammography technologists are registered technologists with advanced certifications in mammography. PET/CT scans are performed by our Registered Nuclear Medicine technologists.
Our professionals follow practice standards set by the:
- American College of Radiology (ACR)
- American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
- American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS)
- Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB)
- State of Ohio Licensure Laws for both Registered Nurses and Radiologic Technologists
Once your scans and images are taken you don’t have to wait days or even weeks to hear from us. We work closely with your physician to process information quickly, so that results are made available within 24 hours of your visit.
Appointments can be scheduled and coordinated through the Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center at 419.383.6644, or by calling the Radiology Department directly at 419-383-3936.