The Medical Imaging department helps physicians diagnose and treat patients in a timely, safe and thoughtful manner. Procedures are performed by seven highly trained radiologists.
This department allows physicians to accurately diagnose patients' condition through computed tomography (computerized) able to perform multiple functions; such as colon anatomy, urethral bulb presentation and labeling etc., lung analysis and perfusion scan, advanced vessel analysis, 3D processing, dynamic volume sound review, multi-line volume reconstruction, angiography of all organs (cardiac angiography, peripheral vasculature, etc.), among others. Low dose scanning (95% dose reduction) is a hallmark of a multi-detector CT scan, which reduces radiation exposure.
The department offers state-of-the-art bone densitometry, conventional radiography, a new MRI 1.5 Tesla Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound Imaging and Panoramic Imaging.
Scanning is scheduled in the Noor Building; with results available within 24 to 48 hours. The Radiology residency program was established in 2019, in cooperation with Beirut Arab University.