Best Image Quality - To See More is to Cure More
Preventing, diagnosing and monitoring cancer is as important as the treatment itself. Florida Hospital and Florida Radiology Imaging (FRi) are committed to offering the highest quality of imaging services for both adults and children, with the lowest radiation exposure possible. We do it with compassion, superior customer service and accommodating locations and hours. Experience the difference yourself and come to the most preferred imaging centers in Central Florida or click here to learn what sets Florida Hospital apart from other facilities.
Your doctor needs clear, complete information-including sharp, detailed images-to make a complete assessment of your condition. The FHCI boasts the equipment, expertise and environment to create the most advanced, state-of-the-art imaging, such as:
- Computerized Tomography (CT or Cat Scan) allows physicians to evaluate diseases through the use of a thin X-Ray beam that creates cross sections of the body. Our 16- and 64-slice CT Scanner, and the newest 256-slice CT Flash technology offers a precise, comprehensive image to make the most accurate diagnosis. For additional information, click here.
- Positron emission tomography (PET) produces a three-dimensional image of functional processes in the body. Images of are then reconstructed by computer analysis. For additional information, click here.
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a simple procedure that allows a non-invasive examination and evaluation of the brain, heart, vascular system and spine. Our 1.5T MRI Scanners provide advanced capabilities for breast and cardiac imagery. For additional information, click here.
We also offer:
- Diagnostic Radiology uses X-Ray to examine various parts of the body.
- Digital Mammography detects the presence of cancer in the very early stages, even when a lump is too small to be felt. Digital Mammography is available at our 11 locations throughout Central Florida
- Endobronchial Ultrasound (EBUS) is a bronchoscope in combination with ultrasound used by a trained pulmonologist to evaluate the airways and surrounding lymph nodes. Any abnormal areas can be biopsied without surgical incision. EBUS is an important tool in initial staging, as well as determining the effectiveness of therapy in thoracic cancer patients.
- Endoscopic ultrasound is used to detect tumors and diagnose GI cancers. Unlike a traditional endoscope, which looks inside the GI tract, the endoscopic ultrasound looks through the tissue into surrounding organs.
- Fluoroscopy is a special type of X-Ray that allows our radiologist to examine different parts of your body in real time and see your organs and tissues in motion, for instance in the digestive system.
- Nuclear Medicine uses small amounts of radioactive material to diagnose or treat a variety of diseases, including many types of cancers and other abnormalities within the body.
- Ultrasound is used to determine whether a lump is a cyst or a solid mass, and to precisely locate the position of a known tumor. The test is safe and painless, and uses no radiation. It is often used in the diagnosis of breast, gynecological and prostate cancers.
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Need help scheduling an appointment? Our Cancer Care Coordinators are here to help! You can schedule an appointment with a Care Coordinator by calling (407) 303-1700 or click here to fill out an online assistance form.
Your free call will be answered by a specially trained oncology health care professional and remain confidential. No insurance authorization or referral is necessary. If calling after hours, please leave a detailed message, and you will be contacted within one business day.