Radiology and Imaging

The University of Michigan created its first image in 1896, and since then, our Radiology Department has had a leading role in radiology and nuclear medicine through clinical innovation, research and education. Today, nearly 700,000 imaging and interventional procedures are carried out at our hospitals and outpatient facilities every year, using some of the most advanced equipment in the world.

X-ray examinations are offered on a walk-in basis during the outpatient clinic hours Monday through Saturday including at the A. Alfred Taubman Health Care Center, Cancer Center, Frankel Cardiovascular Center and C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, and our outpatient imaging facilities embedded in our facilities in many communities, including East Ann Arbor, West Ann Arbor and Briarwood Ann Arbor, Canton, Livonia and Northville.  

CT, MR, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, breast imaging (including mammography) and interventional radiology procedures are scheduled by appointment.

Acute care radiology services are available 24 hours a day across our Ann Arbor main medical campus, including University Hospital, C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital and Frankel Cardiovascular Center.

Visit our Radiology and Imaging Services page for comprehensive list of our imaging services at each location.