In addition to basic campus resources (classrooms; computer systems; specialized hardware/software packages; libraries; office space; laboratories; etc), multiple clinical facilities are also accessible. Although many are in use during the day, resident and faculty access is readily available by scheduling in advance, and often in the late afternoon.
Medical Physics faculty provide training to residents and authorize use of equipment to ensure safe operation and continued readiness for clinical needs. Clinical equipment may be scheduled for resident use at any time of the day. A number of other clinical facilities are located at outlying clinics. Because these facilities are located off campus, they are not as readily accessed by residents, but they do provide the opportunity to experience and observe a spectrum of clinical environments and patient populations.
Our test equipment includes numerous instruments, as well as all necessary phantoms for clinical equipment accreditation programs and more. Dosimetry instrumentation includes typical test equipment in addition to a Landauer microStar dosimetry system for patient dosimetry and clinical projects.
UF Health Hospitals and Clinics – Imaging Facilities
The facilities offer a wide range of state-of-the-art clinical imaging equipment, including:
- Fourteen Canon Aquilion CT scanners (five of them with 320-slice capabilities; three with dual-energy capabilities); UF Health is a Canon CT Luminary Site
- Three 3 Tesla and seven 1.5 Tesla MRI scanners; UF Health is a Siemens MRI Site
- Siemens PET/CT, General Electric SPECT and SPECT/CT scanners, and 3 solid-state Digirad Ergo mobile gamma cameras, among other nuclear medicine systems
- Nineteen Interventional fluoroscopy systems in the Radiology, Cardiology, Neurosurgery and Vascular Surgery departments
- Hologics full-field digital mammography and breast tomosynthesis systems
- Multiple AGFA and Siemens digital radiography systems in all hospitals and clinics
- A wide variety of ultrasound equipment, including Doppler
- Seven GE and Siemens CT scanners
- One 3T, three 1.5T, and one openbore Hitachi 1.2T
- PET/CT, SPECT/CT, among other nuclear medicine systems
- 10 IR systems in Radiology and Cardiology
- Hologics FFDM and DBT systems