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Radiology at China Basin

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UCSF Radiology at China Basin offers a variety of medical imaging tests and treatments. We use state-of-the-art equipment that yields the best possible image quality while minimizing our patients' exposure to radiation.

Services at this location include:

  • CT scan
  • MRI
  • Nuclear medicine
  • PET/MRI
  • PET/CT
  • Imaging services for heart and spine conditions and cancer

Parking

The UCSF Imaging Center at China Basin offers validation for patients parking in the underground garage at 920 Third Street.

Without validation, parking in this garage costs $6 per 20 minutes and the maximum daily fee is $32. The validation covers $16 worth of fees, equivalent to 53 minutes of parking. If your appointment takes longer than that, you’ll pay $6 per 20 minutes, up to a max of $16.

When you check in at the front desk for your appointment, please ask a staff member to validate your parking ticket.

We also offer valet service, which may be helpful for some patients with disabilities. See the parking garage attendant for valet assistance.

Images and reports

Getting your results

A radiologist will review your images and write a report. When finalized, the report and your images will be available in MyChart, UCSF's secure online portal for patients. You can access this report as soon as this occurs, so you may see it before your referring doctor does. Learn more about receiving test results and medical reports in MyChart. If you have questions about a report, please contact your referring doctor.

To get a CD of your medical images and reports, send a request to the UCSF Imaging Library.

Sending images to UCSF

If you need to send medical images that were taken at another institution to your UCSF radiologist, you can do so through our secure online portal. For instructions, visit How to Send Radiology Images to UCSF.

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