The imaging experts at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center use advanced imaging technologies and techniques to view the body’s internal organs and structures. These images help us diagnose and treat various types of injuries and diseases.

At Ohio State, our imaging equipment is specially calibrated to offer the lowest doses of radiation possible. Regardless of the location of your appointment, you can trust that your images will by reviewed by specialists highly trained in a specific region of the body and the type of imaging you received.

Ohio State provides the complete range of imaging services across its many health care services, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET-CT), mammography (tomosynthesis), molecular imaging and nuclear medicine, heart and vascular imaging, ultrasound and general radiology services like X-rays. You can get out-of-pocket estimates or download our patient pricing lists (the amount billed to your insurance company) for many imaging services. 

We have many convenient locations throughout central Ohio and also offer evening and weekend appointments. Please select from one of our services below to find a location that best fits your needs.

To learn more about our therapeutic radiology and radiation oncology services, visit the James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute website.

Clinical Services

Clinical Services

What is an ultrasound?

Our ultrasound technologist explains an ultrasound and its many uses, which include pregnancy and abdomen exams to scan your kidney, liver, gallbladder or thyroid. Learn what you can expect during this type of imaging exam.

What is an X-ray?

Our imaging technologist explains an X-ray, and why many doctors start with an X-ray before performing an MRI or a CT scan. X-rays involve very low doses of radiation and are considered safe.

What is an MRI?

In this video, our imaging technologist explains an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), what it's used for and what you can expect during this type of imaging exam.

What is a CT scan?

In this video, our imaging technologist describes a CT scan (or CAT scan), the uses for this exam, which typically includes the vascular or GI systems, and what to expect during this type of diagnostic test.

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