At Emory, we have access to some of the most advanced CT technology available. However, state-of-the-art equipment is only part of the story. While you may only have direct contact with the technologist who performs your exam, it is important to know there is a multidisciplinary team of specialized physicians, medical physicists and scientists responsible for making sure your exam is performed to the highest possible standards. This team interprets your exam results and works closely with your doctor to develop an accurate diagnosis and the most appropriate treatment plan for you.

Our radiologists also teach at Emory University School of Medicine and participate in cutting-edge, university-based research. As a result, they are uniquely qualified to provide the best, most up-to-date treatments and techniques with skill and confidence. And because they work within particular specialties - and even subspecialties - their training and exposure to specific diseases and conditions are unmatched in the community. Our faculty members have even been responsible for defining some national benchmarks for CT procedures. This level of skill and training translates into more accurate results and fewer re-exams, saving valuable time and resources for everyone involved.