Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine uses minimal amounts of radioactive materials (radiopharmaceuticals) to diagnose and treat disease. In imaging, cameras detect radiopharmaceuticals by working with computers to provide precise pictures of the imaged area of the body.

In treatment, radiopharmaceuticals directly treat the organ. The amount of radiation in a typical nuclear imaging procedure is comparable with that received during a diagnostic x-ray. The amount received in a typical treatment procedure is within safe limits.

Contact Us

The Business Office:
Handles all billing and insurance

2006 Franklin Street
Suite 200
Huntsville, AL 35801-4537

Phone: 256-539-0457
Fax: 256-539-5827

Radiology of Huntsville, P.C. Interventional Services at Blackwell Tower:
Phone: 256-265-8300
Fax: 256-265-8303

Referring Physician Hotline:
Diagnostic radiology: 256-713-0622
Interventional radiology: 256-265-8940