Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine is used to help diagnose a wide variety of diseases and disorders using a gamma camera, which takes pictures and measures how parts of the body are functioning. Computers are used to process the information and produce images of the body.

We offer a variety of nuclear medicine services ranging from cardiac imaging to bone scans.

What to expect

In nuclear medicine, the patient is given a radioactive compound which travels throughout the body to the specific organ being studied. The radiation dose is usually less than a routine chest X-ray.

Preparing for your exam

Preparations for your exam will depend on the specific procedure and will be discussed during the scheduling process.

Scheduling your appointment

To schedule an appointment, call 952-758-9355.