Radiology and Imaging Services 

The Department of Radiology offers services 24 hours a day to inpatients and emergency patients of all ages: 12 hours per day to outpatients in the main campus and 9 hours per day in the outpatient center. Range of practice encompasses diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, invasive/interaoperative and non-invasive techniques, and modalities using ionizing and nonionizing radiation with and without the use of contrast media.

Programs offered by the department include the following services/divisions:

  • Mobile Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
  • Mobile Open Bore MRI
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Non-invasive Vascular Laboratory 
  • Interoperative Imaging 
  • Angiographic, Interventional, and Neuroradiology 
  • Emergency and Trauma Radiology 
  • Routine Radiology 
  • Fluoroscopy 
  • Mammography 
  • Computed Tomography 
  • Diagnostic Ultrasound 
  • Nuclear Medicine

Portable radiographic equipment allows radiographs to be obtained in surgery as well as medical, surgical, and cardiac intensive care units or wherever medically necessary on inpatients floors. Portable fluoroscopy is available in the surgical suites as well as the Heart Transplant Center, Cardiac floor, and Endoscopy unit.

Hahnemann University Hospital
Outpatient Imaging Center


Feinstein Building, 3rd floor
216-220 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA  19102


One-call diagnostic scheduling
Adjoining parking
Patient pre-registration for fast-tracking on day of procedure
Registration on-site


Internet stations
Spacious guest lounges
Guest friendly design


Friendly staff
Comprehensive training of employees
Privacy for guests


64-Slice CT Scanner
Bone Densitometry
Nuclear Medicine
Coronary CT Angiography


Hahnemann University Hospital | 230 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102