Welcome to the Department of Radiology at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC)! Our department includes more than 50 faculty members that together perform more than 500,000 exams annually. Every facet of imaging is performed at the four affiliated institutions that comprise our department, including Children’s Mercy Hospital, the largest pediatric facility in the Midwest; Truman Medical Center, Missouri’s largest level 1 trauma center; the Kansas City Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and Saint Luke’s Hospital, a major tertiary referral center with some of the nation’s largest cardiac and neuroimaging volumes, as well as transplant services and a cancer institute. The Department of Radiology at UMKC offers outstanding patient care through diagnostic and interventional services, while maintaining a robust academic environment through research and medical education.
2019 ACR Radiology Leadership Institute
Sean Ghosh, MD & Greg Lee, MD will attend the 2019 ACR Radiology Leadership Institute Feb 18-22 scholarship provided by MORAD
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Children’s Mercy Kansas City, in conjunction with the Department of Radiology, is pleased to announce the 6th Annual Medical Physics Review Course from March 19-22, 2019.
The event will be held on the Children’s Mercy Kansas City campus located directly south of downtown Kansas City, Missouri.
The purpose of this four-day course is to provide a comprehensive medical review of physics for senior medical residents who are taking the ABR core exam in June 2019, or who are in preparation for it the following year.
The instructors for this course include medical physics faculty in the departments of radiology at Children’s Mercy and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
This premier review course will provide participants with an overview of concepts in imaging and radiation physics and will be conducted in an informal, interactive format that include lectures as well as Q&A sessions.
Programming will include: Day 1: X-Ray and Radiography Day 2: Fluoroscopy, Mammography, Interventional Radiology Day 3: RISE, Shielding & Radiation Protection, Radiobiology Day 4: Ultrasound, MRI, CT, Nuclear Medicine.
Included in the cost of the course is a continental breakfast as well as lunch each day of the event. Additional details for registering to this course will be distributed in the fall. If you have any questions, please contact Teri Carver at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (816) 234-3273.