The Saint Louis University Department of Radiology provides outstanding clinical care, world-class service to referring physicians, medical imaging research and a residency program based in a culture of clinical excellence.
Patients are the reason for our department’s existence and providing them with courteous and compassionate clinical services of the highest quality is our top priority. Every patient deserves our best effort.
We must respond to requests from referring physicians promptly and intelligently and communicate the results of our studies diligently and in a timely manner.
Our goal is to provide our residents with educational opportunities that are engaging, comprehensive and reflect the current state of knowledge in radiology. We are dedicated to training future leaders in clinical radiology.
Our mission is to nurture scientifically sound investigation aimed at advancing the state of the art in medical imaging. We are committed to partnering with other Saint Louis University departments in collaborative research efforts involving medical imaging. We also provide imaging services in support of clinical trials and drug development efforts.
Saint Louis University's Department of Radiology dates back to the turn of the 20th century at the old St. Louis City Hospital. With its closure in 1985, the primary location of the radiology residency training program moved to Saint Louis University.
Since that time, the department has expanded to include at least 25 full-time radiologists in addition to a number of part-time and clinical faculty. The Division of Nuclear Medicine joined the Department in March 2007 with its own ACGME-accredited residency program and a fellowship position in PET/CT.
Our educational programs also include a four-year residency in diagnostic radiology which has a long-standing reputation as a strong clinical training program. It provides a diverse and comprehensive educational experience to residents enabling them to obtain top-notch fellowship positions in a wide variety of subspecialties as well as preparing them for successful future careers in academic radiology and private practice.