The radiology department at UPMC Mercy offers a full-range of diagnostic and interventional radiology procedures. A dedicated team of subspecialty trained radiologists staff the site daily and conduct approximately 125,000 procedures per year, including highly specialized neuro-interventional procedures, such as embolization and coiling of aneurysms; peripheral and vascular interventional procedures and oncology-related interventions. The Department of Radiology at Mercy has strong relationships with the hospital’s departments of neurosurgery and otolaryngology, among others. UPMC Mercy is an accredited stroke imaging center, and a diagnostic radiology residency training site.
Radiology services offered at the hospital include nuclear cardiology and nuclear medicine, PET, ultrasound, mammography, echocardiography, fluoroscopy, x-ray, CT and MRI; equipment highlights include three CTs, one a 40-slice, a 1.5T GE MR, and a new DEXA scanner.
*In 1847, the Sisters of Mercy established the Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh — the first hospital in Pittsburgh and the first Mercy Hospital in the world. It merged with UPMC to become UPMC Mercy on January 1, 2008. Learn more by visiting Mercy
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