The Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute at Memorial University Medical Center uses numerous radiologic tools to diagnose cancer, including X-ray, CT scanning, PET scanning, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and MRI. These procedures allow us to look inside the body without surgery. Each technique provides different types of images that can be used to locate cancer, plan treatment, and monitor the effectiveness of treatment.
We proudly offer 3D mammography for every woman, every time. This is just one of the services provided by our Breast Imaging Center. To schedule a mammogram, call 912-350-PINK (7465).
We provide low-dose CT scans to screen for lung cancer. The scans can detect lung cancer in its earliest stages, when the chance of curing it is highest. Low-dose CT scans are available without a physician’s referral for people who meet specific criteria. To schedule a lung-cancer screening, call 912-350-LUNG (5864). Or, request information online.
Board-certified radiologists interpret the results of each procedure. They work closely with a team of specially trained and certified technologists. Additional services include:
To contact radiology, call 912-350-8436.