Radiology at Divisadero St.
UCSF Radiology at Divisadero Street provides general X-ray services as well as tests that use more advanced imaging technologies, including CT, MRI and bone density scans. Nuclear medicine and interventional radiology are also available.
At UCSF, we use the most sophisticated imaging technologies – many not available elsewhere – to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions. We strive to give our patients the best possible care at each stage, from the initial test request through the final report of results. Patient safety is also a priority. We are committed to minimizing our patients' exposure to radiation by using the latest technology.
There are two radiology locations at 1600 Divisadero St.:
- Reception Room A-142
Services include CT, MRI, ultrasound and bone densitometry.
- Reception Room A-219
Services include general X-ray, nuclear medicine and interventional radiology.
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.
Doctor referral required
Hailey H. Choi
Miles B. Conrad
MD, MPHInterventional radiologist
Bonnie N. Joe
Andrew G. Taylor
MD, PhDInterventional radiologist
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Plan your visit
What to Bring
- Photo I.D.
- Health insurance card
- List of your medications, including dosages
- Written request form for the procedure, if your doctor gave you one
- List of questions you may have
- Device or paper for taking notes
Our research initiatives
UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Research
The UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging is home to many state-of-the-art research labs, all working to use imaging technologies to improve the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of disease.