UVA Imaging Exams

Learn more about the exams offered at UVA Imaging.

Learn what to expect and how to prepare for your upcoming imaging exam.

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Please ask about our complimentary transportation options to the UVA Medical Center. 


Why Choose UVA Imaging?


Knowledgeable staff.  Our technologists have extensive training and experience producing the highest quality diagnostic images.

State of the art equipment.  We invest in the most advanced technology, including one of the industry’s most comfortable, non-restrictive and accurate MRI machines.

We offer CT scans, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, bone density, X-ray and mammography services, including tomosynthesis.  Tomosynthesis is a new type of mammography which produces a 3D image of the breast, improving cancer detection.


Fellowship-trained radiologists.  Our images are reviewed and interpreted by fellowship-trained radiologists.  These physicians have completed additional years of advanced training in a specific area of focus. 

Specialized radiologists produce more accurate reports and have higher detection rates.


We serve the needs of all patients.    If you feel you would benefit from the expertise offered by UVA’s specialized radiologists, talk to your provider.

We supply the tools and support so that you can get your imaging study performed at the center of your choice.


A scheduling specialist would be a happy to help you.  Please call us at (434) 243-0321 to schedule your exam.

MRI, CT, US, X-ray, Fluoroscopy, Bone Density exams, and Diagnostic Mammograms require a Physician's order.  Prior to scheduling your appointment, we will confirm that we have received the order. 

Screening Mammography exams may be patient referred with the name of the patient's primary care provider.

Please note: X-rays are performed on a walk-in basis only with a doctor's order.


The doctor who ordered your exam will contact you once they have received and reviewed your results.

They may have a specific day dedicated to calling patients, so it may be several days before their office contacts you.  If there is a critical finding on your study, our radiology doctor will contact your doctor as soon as possible to let them know.