The UF Health Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging team in Jacksonville,
Florida, comprises a dual board-certified radiologist and certified nuclear medicine
technologists, who provide a full spectrum of diagnostic imaging and radioisotope
therapies. In addition to routine nuclear medicine and molecular imaging procedures,
we offer the latest techniques and equipment in imaging to enhance diagnostic accuracy.
We provide the following advanced imaging techniques:
- F-18 Fluoride whole body PET/CT bone scan to detect metastatic bone disease
- F-18 Fluciclovine PET/CT imaging for prostate cancer
- Ga-68 Dotatate PET/CT imaging for neuroendocrine neoplasms
- SPECT/CT imaging
Our institution is at the forefront of radioisotope therapies, such as radioactive
I-131 therapy for hyperthyroidism and thyroid cancer, and radioactive radium-223
for metastatic bone disease.
Patients may have the opportunity to enroll in one of our multiple research trials,
if deemed appropriate by a physician. Our ACR-accredited equipment includes six
SPECT gamma cameras, one hybrid SPECT/CT and two hybrid PET/CT scanners.