Womens Imaging Fellowship
The Abdominal and Breast Imaging Divisions in the Department of Radiology at Henry Ford Hospital jointly offer a 12-month, non-accredited Fellowship in Women's Imaging.
About the hospital
Henry Ford Hospital is a large multi-specialty academic practice. U.S. News and World Report ranks Henry Ford Hospital in the top 50 Hospitals in multiple specialty areas every year. We are an active tertiary care center in oncology, organ transplant, gastrointestinal disease, urology, cardiovascular disease and many other specialties. This, combined with an active primary care group, translates to a diverse array of radiological exams with a broad spectrum of pathology.
The Radiology Department at Henry Ford Hospital
The radiology department has a large active radiology residency and multiple fellowship programs in cross-sectional imaging, musculoskeletal radiology, neuroradiology, breast imaging and angio-interventional. The department currently performs over 750,000 examinations per year, is fully PACS integrated and utilizes voice recognition dictation. Evening and night coverage are provided by a dedicated group of after-hours radiologists.
The Body Imaging portion of the Fellowship provides top caliber subspecialty training in abdominal imaging with a multimodality emphasis. In addition to learning how to interpret radiographic examinations, emphasis is placed on advancing image guided procedural skills, protocol development/optimization and the value of post-processing. The Abdominal Imaging Division encompasses CT, US, MR and cross-sectional interventional procedures.
We currently operate nine MDCT scanners, including four 64 slice machines, one CT fluoroscopic unit, one PET CT scanner, four 1.5T MR, an open magnet, one 3T MR and over 15 ultrasound machines.
The Body Imaging portion of the Fellowship is designed to give the Fellow a broad exposure to pathophysiology and imaging modalities in the gastrointestinal and genitourinary systems, with emphasis on Women's Imaging.