A wide spectrum of general nuclear medicine studies are available to outpatients at University Medical Center of Princeton, which has achieved the prestigious three-year accreditation from the American College of Radiology for all three modalities of imaging: general nuclear medicine (planar imaging); SPECT (single photon emission computed tomography); and Nuclear Cardiology Imaging.
Nuclear medicine studies are provided by licensed technologists and supervised by nuclear medicine physicians and radiologists. UMCP is equipped with state-of-the-art technology SPECT CT (pictured right), gamma cameras and PET CT (16-slice wide bore) and the latest computer technologies for acquiring and processing scans.
UMCP's nuclear medicine studies include:
- Bone scans
- Liver scans
- Gastric emptying scans
- Nuclear cardiac stress testing
- Lung scans
- PET CT
- Inpatient and outpatient thyroid treatment program offering exceptional patient-focused service
Nuclear Medicine services are available at the Center for Testing & Treatment located in the main hospital building and the Outpatient Imaging Center in the Medical Arts Pavilion, which is adjacent to the hospital. Please click here for service locations.