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UPMC Imaging Locations

UPMC offers a range of imaging exams at more than 100 locations in Pennsylvania, New York, and western Maryland.

Our locations offer same-day, early-morning, evening, and weekend appointments for your convenience. Please call the specific sites for more information on scheduling or to make an appointment.

Please call to confirm testing sites as options may have changed since publishing this website. 

Contact UPMC Imaging Services

Convenient appointment times available. Schedule an appointment at 1-800-533-8762.

Appointment times vary by modality.

Appointments are not needed for x-rays — walk in to the location of your choice with your doctor's order.

UPMC Imaging Services, Administrative Offices
UPMC Presbyterian
200 Lothrop Street, Suite E-204
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

CT (Computed Tomography)

A CT scan uses x-rays to take pictures of sections of the body,  showing the body’s organs more clearly and in greater detail than regular x-rays. 

DXA (Dual-energy X-ray Absorptiometry)

A DXA scan is a non-invasive procedure used to measure bone density and mineral content in parts of the body. This is the most accurate scan for diagnosing osteoporosis and other bone fractures.

General Diagnostics

General diagnostic testing uses electromagnetic radiation and other technologies to produce internal imaging to help diagnose medical conditions. These tests include, but are not limited to plain x-rays, EKG, echocardiogram, stress test, Holter monitors, and fluoroscopy.

Interventional Radiology/Vascular

Interventional radiology is a subspecialty of diagnostic radiology that performs minimally invasive image-guided procedures to diagnose and treat diseases. 


Mammography is the process of using x-rays to examine breast tissue, which doctors use to determine changes in breast tissue or detect early stages of breast cancer.

3D Mammography

MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)

An MRI is a non-invasive test that uses magnetic waves to take pictures of organs and structures inside the body. 

MRI Wide Bore (Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Wide Opening)

A wide-opening MRI offers more space and comfort than traditional MRI scanners. This is more suitable for those who are claustrophobic or unable to lie flat on a table.

Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine uses small amounts of radioactive materials and a special camera to take pictures of tissues and organs.

PET-CT (Positron Emission Tomography - Computed Tomography)

PET is a test that uses a special type of camera and a tracer (radioactive substance) to look at organs in the body. 

Peripheral Vascular (Ultrasound) 

A peripheral vascular ultrasound is a safe and painless procedure using high-frequency sound waves that transfer to the vessels through a hand-held device. This test is to assess the veins or arteries in either the upper or lower extremities. There is no use of ionizing radiation exposure with this test.  


An ultrasound is a safe and painless scan that uses high-frequency sound waves to capture images from inside of your body through a hand-held device. There is no use of ionizing radiation exposure with this test.