Diagnostic Imaging

Imaging & Diagnostic Procedures

St. Luke’s Health provides the latest technology and extensive capabilities to aid physicians in making accurate diagnoses and performing treatment interventions. We continually introduce and develop new imaging techniques to remain at the forefront of this ever-changing industry.

Board-certified radiologists, physicians who read and interpret all imaging exams, are integral to the high quality of care offered at St. Luke’s Health. They are committed to accurate diagnosis and the highest standard of patient safety and care. Imaging services are accredited by the American College of Radiology and meet all the standards of quality and safety from Det Norske Veritas—CHI St. Luke’s Health’s accrediting body.

Imaging and diagnostic services affect virtually every medical condition. Our diagnostic exams include X-ray, fluoroscopy, mammography, ultrasound, MRI or magnetic resonance imaging, CT scans, cardiovascular imaging, and nuclear medicine.

St. Luke’s Health was the first in Houston to offer CyberKnife®, an image-guided radiosurgery system that targets and treats tumors. This is a pain-free alternative to surgery that offers new hope for complex tumors.

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