The Nuclear Medicine Service is part of the Diagnostic Imaging Center, together with the Radiology Service.

The Nuclear Medicine Service was created more than 40 years ago. Imaging techniques have developed dramatically in recent years and are increasingly playing a more relevant role in the diagnostic and therapeutic process of patients. The number of scans carried out is increasing and new, more complex technologies are continuously being incorporated.

What are we dealing with?

These are the main healthcare topics that are treated at the Nuclear Medicine Service.

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Know the team

The Nuclear Medicine Service is made up of doctors from different specialties, specifically Nuclear Medicine, Radiopharmacy and Radiophysics, who work together with nursing staff, technicians, and clinical and administrative assistants.

David Fuster Head of Service Nuclear Physician

Assistive Devices

The assistance activity of the Nuclear Medicine Service is carried out in the following organizations:

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