The AdventHealth Orlando system is comprised of 8 hospital campuses and 5 free-standing outpatient imaging facilities across the Orlando metro area. Radiology residents will be centralized on the Orlando campus but read exams done from all campuses and outpatient facilities via a single, integrated PACS, HIS/EMR, and Power Scribe 360 voice recognition dictation system. Additionally, residents will have the ability to read exams from 5 other AdventHealth hospitals and 8 outpatient facilities across the east coast of Florida.
AdventHealth has many strong surgical and medical sub-specialty departments to significantly enhance your educational experience, including the Walt Disney Children's Hospital, the AdventHealth Cancer Center, and an entire tower dedicated to Women's health.
Of our 51 CT scanners, 5 are 256 slice, 9 are 128 slice, and 21 are 64-detector row scanners. Of these units, 3 have CT fluoroscopy for intervention. We have 35 MRI scanners including 12 3T units, one of which is an intraoperative unit. In the Orlando interventional radiology department there are 4 dedicated angiography suites with 3 bi-plane and 1 single-plane units. Mammographic services, including breast tomosynthesis, are offered across various campuses, with centralized resident education in digital mammography provided at the AdventHealth Imaging Princeton campus. Women's services include 2 automated breast ultrasound units for dense breast studies. Nuclear medicine images are acquired at all sites, and there are 2 PET/CT centers and a SPECT-CT unit within the AdventHealth system. Across all campuses there are multiple radiographic, fluoroscopic, and sonographic units with advanced technology such as 3D and 4D imaging.
Faculty of AdventHealth Medical Education
Our faculty is eager to teach you! Our attending radiologists have trained in numerous geographic locations, and their prestigious radiology residency and fellowship training includes Mayo Clinic, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Duke, Stanford, and many more. In addition, many of our core faculty members have taught at other radiology programs prior to arriving at AdventHealth, with others having served as residency or fellowship directors themselves.
- Class of 2020
- Class of 2019
- Class of 2018
- Class of 2017
- Class of 2016
There are 13 blocks in each academic year; each block is 4 weeks in length. The above is a representative of the rotations for each year of training.
One block during PGY-4 year is reserved for AIRP conference attendance.
With the exception of one required Emergency/Call rotation all rotations during PGY-5 year are elective and may be customized to the residents subspecialty interests as long as it does not interfere with rotation schedule of other resident class requirements.
- PGY - 2
- PGY - 3
- PGY - 4
- PGY - 5
Our program takes a multi-disciplinary approach to learning, such as our monthly conference with the Department of Surgery to learn from each other in an effort to continue refining the interpretive skills of the resident and increasing the value of their reports to referring clinicians.
We hold conferences daily at noon Monday-Friday as well as morning Physics conference on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Most lectures are recorded and made available for viewing by residents unable to attend conference or for future reference by residents and attendees. Conference types include the following:
- Didactic Lectures:
- Case Conference
- Medical Physics
- Journal Club
- Grand Rounds
- Jeopardy & Family Feud