What is Cardiovascular Imaging?
When your physician needs to understand what is happening with your heart, they will often use sophisticated tests to capture images of your cardiovascular system. These precise imaging tests can help your cardiologist diagnose the most complex heart conditions and create life-saving treatment plans, personalized for your exact condition.
At the Christ Hospital Heart & Vascular Center, we offer all of the latest, most-advanced cardiac imaging procedures at multiple locations throughout our region. Our cardiac imaging staff is highly-skilled, well-trained and dedicated to providing the best possible cardiac imaging care to you.
Our nationally-recognized, board-certified cardiologists will interpret your test results and provide expert insight to your referring physician.
We offer many test and procedures at many locations. Learn more.
Why Choose The Christ Hospital for Cardiovascular Imaging?
At The Christ Hospital Heart & Vascular Institute, we've invested in sophisticated cardiovascular technology to ensure the best imaging quality possible. Our highly trained team of cardiologists, nurses, heart and vascular sonographers, cardiac technicians, nuclear medicine technicians, CT and MRI techs work together to make sure your procedure is as safe and comfortable as possible.
We were the first hospital in Greater Cincinnati to receive American College of Radiology (ACR) accreditation in all advanced imaging modalities for CT, MRI and Nuclear Medicine. The ACR gold seal of accreditation represents the highest level of image quality and patient safety. It is awarded to facilities meeting ACR practice guidelines and technical standards after a peer-review evaluation by board-certified physicians and medical physicists who are experts in the field. Our echo and vascular labs are accredited by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC).
The Christ Hospital has been named one of America's 50 Best Hospitals for Cardiac Surgery by HealthGrades and one of the World's Best Hospitals for Cardiology by Newsweek.