Nuclear Medicine and
Molecular Imaging

Using Nuclear Energy To Nullify Diseases

PET/CT

SPECT/CT

Nuclear Medicine Therapies

Overview

The Department of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging (PET CT) started in 1996. It was one a major milestone in the development of Ruby Hall Clinic – the first Hospital owned Nuclear Medicine Department, outside Bombay, in the state of Maharashtra. The department was set up to advance Nuclear Medicine – the science of using Nuclear energy for peaceful purpose. Radiopharmaceuticals – chemicals attached to a small amount of radioactive isotope that once administered to the patient are able to specifically localize within organs and/or organ systems, are actively used for disease treatments. The imaging is done with highly sophisticated equipment known as Gamma Camera System. Ruby Hall Clinic has, upgraded its imaging system three times since the inception of the department, and recently has a state of the art, Dual head Gamma camera system.

Panel Of Doctors

Name OPD Day OPD Timings
Dr. Sameer Sonar
(Director – Nuclear Medicine & PET CT)
Mon to Sat 2 PM – 6 PM (By Appointment Only)
Dr. Amol Galge
(Consultant, PET-CT)
Mon to Sat 9 AM – 6 PM

Other Super Specialities

Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery
Breast Cancer Surgery
Cardiac Sciences
Cosmetic Surgery
Gastroenterology
Hematology
Intensive Care
Interventional Radiology
IVF and Endoscopy
Laparoscopic Surgery
Molecular Imaging & Nuclear Medicine
Multi Organ Transplant
Neuro Sciences
Neuro Trauma
Orthopedics & Joint Replacement
Oncology Cancer Services
Paediatric Endocrinology
Paediatrics & Neonatology
Paediatrics Surgery
Pancreatic, Liver & Biliary Diseases
Robotic Services
Spine Surgery
Urology
Vascular Surgery