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Richmond University Medical Center



Richmond University Medical Center (RUMC) Diagnostic Radiology Residency is a fully accredited ACGME four-year resident training program.

RUMC is a large community hospital that serves as a Level I Trauma Center and a major Stroke Center for Staten Island. The radiology group is composed of Board-Certified, fellowship-trained attending radiologists in all subspecialties. There are two radiology residents per year, for a total of eight current residents. The attendings and residents perform a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic imaging procedures. The radiology department at the hospital performs and interprets a full gamut of imaging modalities. We provide state-of-the-art outpatient imaging modalities such as PET/CT fusion, cardiac CT, virtual colonoscopy on a new 64-detector CT, digital mammography and whole body MRI including breast MRI and MRA.