Imaging Services at St. Joseph's Hospital-North offers our patients the newest state-of-the-art digital imaging facility in the Tampa Bay area. There is no longer a need to drive downtown to have the most comprehensive imaging and diagnostic testing available today, including minimally invasive biopsies. We are accredited by the American College of Radiology.
Imaging Services in Tampa, FL: Efficient, Timely Imaging Care
We offer the full range of high-quality imaging and biopsy services for both patients staying in the hospital and those who are with us on an outpatient basis. We deliver care in a calm atmosphere steps away from our spacious parking lot; for your convenience we offer free valet parking service.
Our staff is friendly and helpful—we consistently receive the highest patient satisfaction scores. We move you through your appointment quickly, without major wait times, so you can get back to what you need to do.
We also offer state-of-the-art breast imaging and biopsies in The Breast Center.
First-time patient to Imaging Services?
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Our services include:
We use the latest GE ultrasound technology to perform general, OB/GYN, vascular small parts ultrasound exams, including ultrasound-guided biopsies. We also use the 3D ultrasound for our pregnant patients.
Directions to Imaging Services
When you make an appointment to visit us in Imaging Services, we will tell you to go to Admitting before you come to see us in Imaging Services. Admitting is across from the front desk located in the main entrance of St. Joseph’s Hospital-North. After you leave Admitting, you will turn right and Imaging Services is located directly across the hallway.
We also provide detailed driving instructions. You can use valet parking when you arrive at the hospital.
Need Imaging Records?
Many times patients call enquiring how they can receive copies of their imaging.
Please call us at (813) 443-7141 and give us:
- Your name
- Name of the test
- Date of the test
Please give us three business days to create your records. You can come to Imaging Services and pick up your imaging on a CD. You will need a photo ID to pick up your records because of laws governing patient privacy, known as HIPAA.