About the Service

The mission of the Radiology Service is to provide imaging services for patients of the Auburn University Teaching Hospital — Wilford and Kate Bailey Small Animal Teaching Hospital, the JT Vaughan Large Animal Teaching Hospital and the Auburn University Veterinary Clinic.

radiology.webWhat We Do

Diagnostic radiology (digital imaging using x-rays) services include ultrasound, nuclear medicine, computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) imaging services. Radiology faculty provide image interpretation and discuss their findings with the referring veterinarian.

All imaging modalities are linked to a central computer (PACS), which provides permanent storage of the images and allows viewing access throughout the hospital within minutes of completion of an examination.  We can email temporary links from the PACS to veterinarians enabling them to view images of their referred patients.  Owners can be provided with CD/DVD copies of imaging for future reference.

Radiology faculty also provide outreach consultations using teleradiography for veterinarians across the country. For more, click here.

Computed Tomography
Digital Radiology
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Nuclear Medicine
Linear Accelerator

Who We Are

The Radiology Service has six board certified veterinary radiologists, two of which are also board certified in radiation oncology. Additionally, the service has three veterinarians in residency training to become radiologists. The service has five dedicated radiologic technologists and an ultrasound assistant

Radiology Residents
Veterinary Support Staff