UDI is a unique subspecialty, free-standing, diagnostic facility, affiliated with H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and USF College of Medicine. For the past 29 + years UDI has specialized in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Computerized Tomography (CT) imaging and the physicians and staff have focused on the care of each patient as an individual. This specialization has enabled UDI to consistently provide the Tampa Bay community with the most advanced cutting-edge technology, exceptional quality, and highly experienced radiology interpretation at reasonable prices, all of which serve ultimately to benefit our patient population. UDI physicians have a more "hands on" philosophy than larger, non-specialized physicians. Each fellowship-trained Radiologist is a certified subspecialist in Neuroradiolopgy and Musculoskeletal Radiology.
UDI currently has a state-of-the-art High-Field General Electric 1.5 Tesla MRI scanner and an ultra-high field, high speed Philps 3.0 Tesla MRI scanner to provide patients with flexibility, convenience, safety, and comfort. UDI's state-of-the-art 64-detector Toshiba CT scanner provides extremely fast and safe CT imaging of all parts of the body with high-resolution imagery in multiple planes. Our facility consistently strives to provide the most current imaging technology to ensure high quality diagnosis for our patients and their physicians.
Policy on Results
UDI radiologists are on site whenever the center is operating, for safety and to provide ordering physicians, PA's ,and ARNP's direct access to STAT results. Reports are faxed or delivered within 24 hours or less after the examination is completed, or, if requested, immediately, by fax or internet. UDI now provides images on film or CD-ROM for review. Because of our new PACS system, referring physicians can log into the UDI computers to directly access their patients' imaging studies over the internet. Exams performed on H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center or James A. Haley Veteran's Administration patients are immediately sent to the PACS systems of those two hospitals via teleradiography or existing direct fiber optic connections.