Sand Lake Imaging is committed to providing the highest quality diagnostic imaging to the patients and physicians of our community in a cost-effective and timely manner. The staff and Radiologist recognize that in the performance of their duties they must continually seek to improve services while remaining sensitive to patients' needs.
Sand Lake Imaging has two locations; Orlando, and Maitland Florida, with our own free private parking lot. All our Radiologists are highly trained in subspecialties including experts in neuroradiology, musculoskeletal radiology, women's imaging, mammography and interventional radiology. We are committed to the highest standard of quality and personalized patient care.
Our Radiologists are on-site at all times to monitor procedures and consult with physicians, physician's assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and their professional staff members. We are committed to Immediate call for STAT requested procedures or significant positive results. We provide comprehensive information on routine, rapid, printed or emailed study results with a rapid turnaround.
We welcome same day walk-in appointments, VIP Scheduling and convenient hours including evening appointments.
A Drive For Prostate Cancer Research
Dedicated Research at Sand Lake Imaging Aims to Help Cure Prostate Cancer
December 06, 2013 | Early detection of metastatic disease from prostate cancer in lymph nodes can save lives. Stephen M. Bravo, MD, and his team at Sand Lake Imaging hopes to help cure prostate cancer – or at least take it from an acute and life-threatening condition to a chronic, but manageable disease.
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Announcing Orlando's Finest 2013! Sand Lake Imaging makes the Top 12
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3D Imaging Becomes a Reality
from Applied Radiology
Radiologists are seeing advanced visualization (AV) from a whole new angle. Most rely largely on 2-dimensional (2D) images to make a diagnosis; however, innovation and ease-of-use are driving the adoption of 3D imaging. Learn more >>
Cloud PACS and mobile apps reinvent radiology workflow
by Cristen Bolan
Summary: The rapid adoption of cloud computing in health care presents opportunities and challenges. Cloud-based PACS along with mobile apps promise to simplify image and data sharing and cut costs, yet one challenge is secure storage. Learn more >>