Radiology and Medical Imaging

Welcome to Denver Health Radiology! We are excited you are exploring our services and would welcome the opportunity to serve you and your imaging needs at one of our many facilities. We take great pride in our advanced technology and expert staff. Please find below a quick overview of our department. Additional information can be found under the links on the left. 

Imaging Sites

Denver Health radiology operates out of sites throughout the city of Denver, though the majority of our services are offered on the main campus of Denver Health. There you will find all the major imaging modalities offered with convenient times during the day and after hours for patients looking for options after the work day. 

In 2020, Denver Health opened a 7-story, 293,000 square foot outpatient medical center, which includes a state-of-the-art comprehensive outpatient imaging center; we offer nearly all radiology modalities right on the first floor, with easy access for patients. There is an advanced Breast Imaging Center on the fifth floor and imaging equipment embedded in the Orthopedic Division on the sixth floor.

Denver Health Radiology completes nearly 300,000 imaging examinations and therapeutic interventions per year. Despite our volume, each examination is done meticulously in a patient-centered manner. 

See a full list of our imaging sites and times of operation.

Imaging Technology

Denver Health uses state-of-the-art imaging equipment, including the latest and most updated technology and software. We have advanced multi-slice, dual energy Computed Tomography (CT) scanners with the latest advanced imaging software, precise cardiac gating, and other capabilities. We have high field strength Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) units offering clear images and quick scanning times. Our interventional radiology suites are amongst the most advanced in the state of Colorado, including a combination CT/angiography suite. Our nuclear medicine cameras include a brand-new PET/CT scanner to serve our oncologic patient. Finally, we have the latest ultrasound, radiography, and fluoroscopy units.  In total, Denver Health offers the best radiology equipment for our patients and our providers.

To see a description of common radiology tests performed at Denver Health, you can click here.

Our Radiologists 

All Denver Health radiologists are board-certified by the American Board of Radiology and all have completed fellowships and other advanced training. We offer subspecialist reads that are informed by the latest medical evidence. Each radiologist completes extensive continuing medical education annually. Our radiologists participate in educating the next generation of medical providers by teaching University of Colorado School of Medicine students, residents and fellows. 

Over the years, multiple Denver Health radiologists have been named “Top Docs” by the 5280 Magazine, including Denver Health physicians specializing in Neuroradiology, Pediatric Radiology, Nuclear Medicine and Interventional Radiology. 

We follow industry best practices, including the use of standardized reports and reports with hyperlinks to key images. Our picture archiving and communications system is state-of-the-art, having recently been updated.

The ultimate goal of Denver Health radiologists is to provide imaging services reflecting the highest standards of clinical excellence delivered in a compassionate, caring and respectful environment.

See a full list of our team members.

Our Staff

Denver Health Radiology prides itself on our incredible team members! Our department includes talented technologists, caring radiology nurses, engaged clerks, and skilled administrative assistants and transporters. We work with dedicated information technology experts and additional support staff throughout the institution. We are proud of our team and receive rave reviews from patients and visitors. 

Self Payment Options Now Available

Denver Health’s Radiology Department offers self-pay package options for our community to seek cost-effective care.

  • Hysterosalpingography (HSG): an important test conducted to evaluate the fertility potential of a female. Self-pay package for an HSG is $600.
  • Coronary CT calcium scan: scan of the heart for the assessment of severity of coronary artery disease. Self-pay package for a coronary CT calcium scan is $150.
  • 2D & 3D mammograms: method to examine the human breast for diagnosis and screening for early detection of breast cancer. Self-pay package for 2D mammogram is $175 and $275 for 3D mammogram.

Whether you are referred by your clinician or are seeking preventive care, these self-pay package options offer patients the ability to receive timely and supportive care.