Department of Radiology
Tampa General Hospital
Tampa General Hospital is a 1,041-bed non-profit academic
medical center. It is located adjacent to downtown Tampa on Davis Islands, one
of the nicest residential areas of Tampa. Tampa General Hospital is the primary
teaching hospital for USF with residency programs in most specialties and fellowship
programs in various sub-specialties. It is the only Level I Trauma Center on
the West Coast of Florida, which affords significant emergency radiology
experience. The TGH Transplant Institute is one of the busiest transplant
centers in the nation, and is the only hospital in West Central Florida to
offer all five organ transplants for adults. In addition to adult heart, lung,
liver, kidney, and pancreas transplants, TGH surgeons also perform pediatric
kidney transplants and multi-organ transplant procedures. TGH also features a
comprehensive stroke center, burn center, cancer center, childbirth center, and
children's medical center among other subspecialty institutes.
The Department of Radiology is equipped with state-of-the-art multislice spiral CT, portable CT, magnetic resonance imaging, intraoperative MRI, angiography, nuclear medicine, and ultrasound equipment. The ultrasound department provides services in general, obstetric, and vascular sonography. Nuclear Medicine provides full coverage in general and cardiac nuclear medicine. Multiple 1.5T and 3T MRI units are also on site. The Bayshore Pavilion houses the Interventional Radiology Department and Cardiovascular Center which consists of 47 private pre- and post-procedure rooms, six cardiac catheterization laboratories and seven interventional radiology suites. The Radiology Department has a collection of reference books, a large collection of videotapes, and a teaching file. The hospital has a general medical library with access to textbooks, databases, and journals.
USF Health Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare
USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute
The Moffitt Cancer Center consists of a 206-bed tertiary-care hospital and the Moffitt Clinic which is a large-volume outpatient center offering services in the various medical and surgical oncologic subspecialties. The center is located on the USF campus adjacent to the medical school, and is devoted to cancer diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. The Moffitt Cancer Center is one of 53 National Cancer Institute (NCI) designated comprehensive cancer centers in the nation and one of two in the State of Florida.
The Moffitt Cancer Center diagnostic radiology department consists of six helical CT scanners, three 3-Tesla MRI units, an interventional/vascular suite, nuclear medicine including fusion CT/PET scanners, ultrasound, and digital fluoroscopy, as well as a breast imaging center with a dedicated breast MRI unit. The department uses an integrated PACS system. Moffitt has its own medical library that carries most major journals and oncology related material. There is a small library within the radiology department.
All Children's Hospital
All Children’s Hospital is a premiere clinical and academic healthcare system that remains the regional pediatric referral center for Florida’s west coast. The 259-bed hospital hosts the largest congenital diaphragmatic hernia repair program in the nation as well as one of the largest pediatric cancer centers in the Southeastern United States. The maternal, fetal & neonatal institute provides expert care for high-risk expectant mothers continuing through delivery, with prenatal fetal MRI playing a crucial part in diagnosis and management. The hospital is ranked in several different subspecialities by the US News & World Report, with other notable programs including a cystic fibrosis center, heart institute, institute for brain protection sciences, and ECMO support.
The All Children’s Hospital radiology department has state-of-the-art technology including MRI, CT, ultrasound, and digital fluoroscopy. Partnered with USF, Diagnostic Radiology and Integrated IR residents rotate at this site once per year to learn to recognize complex pediatric pathology including rare congenital anomalies.