Why Choose UCSF Radiology?

UCSF: Dr. Hetts on Precision Medicine

Steven Hetts, MD, Chief of Neuro Interventional Radiology at the UCSF Mission Bay Hospitals, shares how radiology impacts precision medicine.

UCSF: Dr. Majumdar's Research: Addressing Several Conditions

Sharmila Majumdar, PhD, UCSF Professor and Vice Chair of Research in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, shares the focus of her research.

UCSF: Collaboration in Medicine with Dr. Hetts

Steven Hetts, MD, Chief of Interventional Neuroradiology at the UCSF Mission Bay Hospitals, shares what he values about his work at UCSF. 

Patient Safety & Patient Experience

UCSF Radiologist Dr. Chin describes patient experience and the importance of patient safety at UCSF Radiology.

Patients are at the heart of what we do at UCSF radiology and their experience is a great one and there are three factors that probably contribute to that.

First is the expertise here in which we use the latest imaging protocols and the studies are all interpreted by our radiologists who are experts and specialists in their field.

How We Reduce Patient Exposure to Radiation

UCSF Radiologist Dr Elicker describes how the UCSF Department of Radiology minimizes patient exposure to radiation associated with CT scans.

How We Partner with Referring Physicians

Dr. Dillon describes how UCSF Radiology partners with referring physicians to bring the utmost diagnostic radiology imaging and services to patients.

Why Choose Our Radiology Department?

UCSF Radiologist and former Chair, Dr. Arenson describes what differentiates imaging services at the UCSF Radiology Department from all others.

What Is A Radiologist?

UCSF Radiologist Dr. Dillon explains what is a radiologist and what training is necessary to join the highly-specialized team at the UCSF Radiology Department.

Radiologists are medical doctors and following medical school they’ve trained usually four to five years in radiology residency.  Additionally, most of UCSF’s radiologists undergo a fellowship which is one to two years in length in subspecialty of radiology that typically parallels the specialties of medicine.