Imaging & Radiology
We provide high-quality, personalized, subspecialty imaging services in a number of outpatient and inpatient settings.
From routine diagnostic scans to highly advanced, non-invasive radiological interventions, the expertise of both our board-certified radiologist physicians and our experienced technologists runs the gamut of imaging care.
Along with offering consultations and meeting the needs of referring physicians, we continue to push the boundaries of research, finding new ways to use medical imaging to advance the possibilities of patient care.
Find out more about our imaging specialties.
Imaging at UVA: The Advantages
Our technologists have extensive training and experience producing the highest quality diagnostic images.
Our images are reviewed by fellowship-trained, subspecialty radiologists. Specialized radiologists produce more accurate reports and have higher detection rates.
We invest in the most advanced technology, including one of the industry’s most comfortable, non-restrictive and accurate MRI machines.
Minimally Invasive Treatments
Our interventional radiologists perform procedures that can replace traditional surgery.
Before Your Imaging Visit
- Leave jewelry and other valuables at home.
- Bring a driver's license and insurance card (if you have one).
- Be sure to arrive at least 15 minutes early.
- Bring a check or credit card to pay in advance if you don't have insurance.
- We do have financial assistance options.
Be prepared: See more specific preparation information by type of imaging exam.
After Your Exam
Get Your Results
The doctor who ordered your exam will contact you once they have received and reviewed your results.
They may have a specific day dedicated to calling patients, so it may be several days before their office contacts you. If there is a critical finding on your study, our radiology doctor will contact your doctor as soon as possible to let them know.
See your scans online in MyVue.
Our research is dedicated to the detection, diagnosis and monitoring of disease through advancement of medical imaging technology, including the development of new instrumentation, imaging procedures and protocols, image acquisition sequences and image analysis techniques.
Research efforts revolve around magnetic resonance (MR) imaging sequence development, complex image processing, traumatic brain injury, hyperpolarized gas imaging, focused ultrasound development and clinical applications, metabolic imaging of cardiac and peripheral vascular disease, the genetics of vascular restenosis and atherosclerosis, breast disease, functional brain and stroke imaging, and device and technology development.
Discover more about our exciting imaging research.
Join a Clinical Trial
We continue to explore the possibilities of imaging procedures, covering a vast array of subjects, from breast disease, cardiovascular disease to cancer and stroke. Participating in a trial gives you access to the latest advances.
Find a clinical trial today.