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The Florida Hospital system is comprised of 8 hospital campuses and 4 free-standing outpatient imaging facilities across the Orlando metro area, linked together by a common PACS (picture archiving and communication system). Radiology residents will be centralized on the Orlando campus, but read from all campuses and outpatients facilities as well as have the ability to read exams from 5 additional hospitals and 8 outpatient facilities across the east coast of Florida. Radiology residents will have the opportunity, in their finla year, for electives at the various other hospital campuses. 

Of our 51 CT scanners, 5 are 256 slice, 9 are 128 slice, and 21 are 64-detector row scanners. Of these units, 3 have CT fluoroscopy for intervention. In addition, we have 35 MRI scanners. This includes 12 3T units, one of which is an intraoperative unit. In the Orlando Interventional Department, there are 4 angiography suites with 3 bi-plane and 1 single-plane units.  Mammographic services, including breast tomosynthesis, are offered across various campuses, with centralized resident education in digital mammography provided at the Florida Radiology Imaging Princeton campus. Women's services include 2 automated breast ultrasound units for dense breast studies. Nuclear medicine images are acquired at all sites, and there are 2 PET-CT centers and a Spect-CT unit within the Florida Hospital system. Across all campuses, there are multiple radiographic, fluoroscopic, and sonographic units with advanced technology such as 3D and 4D imaging.

Kurt Scherer, MD - Program Director

Kurt Scherer, MD

Florida Hospital Radiology Residency

Program Director

DJ Perry, MD - Associate Program Director

DJ Perry, MD

Florida Hospital Radiology Residency

Associate Program Director