Department of Radiology

Debra Dyer, MD

Debra Dyer, MD
Department Head

What do we do? The Department of Radiology at National Jewish Health performs imaging studies and provides interpretations of those studies. The results of our imaging tests help your doctors make accurate and timely diagnoses. We have a highly experienced team of radiology technologists and radiologists. There is not another place that can equal our team’s expertise in imaging the chest. Our radiologists are physicians with specialized expertise in image interpretation. They interpret (read) all imaging studies of the chest including chest (x-rays, chest CT scans, PET/CT scans, MRI, and nuclear medicine studies. We are known around the world for our expertise in thoracic imaging and can identify disease that others have missed.

Why National Jewish Health? We image more lungs than anyone else. This narrow focus and the close working relationship with all of our clinical doctors, means you are in the best hands for finding an accurate diagnosis. Knowing the correct diagnosis leads to more effective treatment and better outcomes. Our department currently comprises seven on-site fellowship trained cardiothoracic radiologists. In addition, we have 20 consultant radiologists in pediatric radiology, neuroradiology and musculoskeletal radiology.

Faculty & Staff

Contact Us

Department of Radiology
National Jewish Health
1400 Jackson St, A330
Denver, CO 80206

Hours: M-F, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Main phone: 303.398.1611
Fax: 303.398.1652
Toll-Free: 1.800.423.8891
email: radiology@njhealth.org

Programs & Services

The Institute for Advanced Biomedical Imaging offers cutting-edge technology in combination with some of the best chest radiologists in the world to provide advanced diagnostics that are central to personalized medicine. 

Institute for Advanced Biomedical Imaging™

Lung Nodule Registry Program

Research

The mission of the Quantitative Imaging Laboratory (QIL) at National Jewish Health is to maximize the extraction of quantitative imaging from radiologic images. Learn more.

Education

The Cardiothoracic Radiology Department Fellowship offers opportunities for continued learning, research and clinical interactions, designed to develop expertise in all forms of non-invasive cardiothoracic imaging and image processing. Learn more.


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