Radiology Residency Program

Cedars-Sinai is a large tertiary and quaternary care institution. The S. Mark Taper Foundation Imaging Center (radiology, nuclear cardiology and nuclear medicine) is subspecialty-based so that your training will be by fellowship-trained, subspecialized experts in each sub-field, not generalists. 


Why Choose Cedars-Sinai's Radiology Residency Program?

  • Largest medical center west of the Mississippi
  • Highest volume of studies (almost 400,000 per year) of any imaging facility in the region
  • 100% Board examination pass rate for more than 5 years
  • 100% of Residents go on to top-choice fellowship programs through Southern California and the United States
  • High volume Interventional Radiology and Procedure service, including biopsies, drainages, radiofrequency, cryo and microwave ablations, and SIRT
  • Level 1 trauma center
  • Active research program
  • 24/7 In-House Attending Radologist coverage
  • 40 subspecialized imaging faculty for a attending-to-resident ratio of more than 3 to 1, covering all subspecialties of radiology
  • Chairman of Imaging, D. Pressman, MD is a former president of the American College of Radiology
  • Imaging housed in our own, freestanding building with several satellite facilities
    • 6 CT Scanners (two 16-Slice, three 64 Slice, 1 Dual Source CT)
    • 7 MRI Scanners (to include cardiac and breast MRI)
    • 5 R/F (Fluoroscopy) Rooms
    • 9 Body Ultrasound Rooms (2 dedicated to Breast Ultrasound and Biopsies)
    • 5 Vascular Ultrasound Rooms
    • 5 Digital Mammography Rooms
    • 1 PEM Camera (Nuclear Breast Imaging)
    • 1 Cardiac D-Spect Camera
    • 4 Nuclear Stress Labs
    • 12 Clinical Nuclear Cameras
    • 2 PET Scanners and 2 PET/CT Scanners