Welcome to Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology Services at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, providing some of the most technologically advanced radiology services in the region. Here patients and their physicians will find both inpatient and outpatient radiology services, and can rest assured their diagnoses are in the hands of expert radiologists and physicians. These experts will supervise and interpret your radiology examinations and will submit a signed report to the primary care or specialists referring physician in an efficient manner after each test is completed.
The radiology Department is structured as an academic medical center with renowned radiology subspecialists who publish on innovative diagnostic and therapeutic advances.
Outpatient Imaging Center
We now offer a convenient Outpatient Imaging Center! Click here to learn more.
Our clinical program offers a wide variety of diagnostic imaging methods, including:
In addition to our clinical services, we offer consultation services, academics and conference support. Through these services, we support multi-disciplinary decision-making to determine the best possible treatment options for the individual patient. To learn more about our consultation and academic support services contact us by calling 602-406-3430.
The main Radiology Department is located on the 4th Floor at the main campus of St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center at 3rd Avenue and Thomas Road in Phoenix. Parking for main radiology is in our third Avenue garage or valet parking is also available in front of the main hospital entrance.
Our Outpatient Medical Imaging Center is located on 3rd Avenue just north of Thomas. Parking for outpatient imaging services is also in our third Avenue garage or valet parking is available in front of the center.
The following link below is to a website that you may find helpful. Please note, however, it is independent of Catholic Healthcare West (CHW) and St. Joseph's. Also, its content may not suit every patient’s needs. The website was developed and funded by the American College of Radiology and the Radiological Society of North America. It was established to inform and educate the public about radiologic procedures and the role of radiologists in healthcare, and to improve communications between physicians and their patients.
For more information or to make an appointment, please call 602-406-6700. Our fax number is 602-406-7173.