Nuclear Medicine Expertise, Experience and Advanced Technology
The nuclear medicine specialists at University Hospitals are highly trained and experienced in the use of the most advanced imaging equipment and technology available, including digital PET/CT and SPECT. These capabilities allow us to offer a wide variety of nuclear medicine scans.
Our goal is to ensure that each patient receives the most accurate diagnosis and effective treatment plan possible. In collaboration with other specialists, including cardiologists, neurologists, nephrologists and oncologists, we offer diagnostics, treatment and pain relief for a wide variety of conditions including:
- Benign and malignant thyroid disease
- Liver cancer
- Neuroendocrine tumors
- Metastatic bone cancers
- Grave’s disease
How to Refer a PatientTo refer a patient to the UH Department of Nuclear Medicine, call 216-844-3101.
Expert Team of Nuclear Medicine Specialists
Our nuclear medicine physicians and nuclear radiologists have the advanced training and experience necessary to provide patients with a wide range of diagnostic procedures and treatment options. Their combined expertise allow them to safely use radiopharmaceuticals in conjunction with sophisticated digital imaging approaches to achieve the best possible outcomes.
Our team is involved in ongoing research to further expand the applications of nuclear imaging technology and to ensure that University Hospitals remains at the top of the field in cutting-edge imaging and treatments.
Memberships and Nuclear Medicine Education
Each member of the UH nuclear medicine staff is board-certified and active in multiple professional societies and organizations, including the:
- Society of Nuclear Medicine
- Radiological Society of North America
- Society for Molecular Imaging
- American Society of Nuclear Cardiology
- American College of Radiology
Our staff shares a strong commitment to education, expressed through the training of radiology medical students, residents and fellows. In addition, we offer extensive nuclear medicine training through our one-year Nuclear Medicine Fellowship program.