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Medical Records – Tower Radiology

9 hours ago Tower offers convenient ways to access your medical records in person and online. Your medical records include both a written report which lists the findings and diagnosis of your imaging exam and the actual images from the exam which are often requested by a referring physician. >> Go To The Portal


Important Announcement

Tower Radiology migrated to a new platform on February 13, 2017 to improve patient accessibility. For a copy of your imaging, please contact our medical records department online by clicking here or call (813) 875-7424.

Patient Portal Login

NEW Patient Portal Login *Link for medical records dated February 13, 2017 and later *Above link for patients with an established login, to activate account / request a login, please email PortalSupport@TowerRadiologyCenters.com.

Encrypted Email

Did you receive an encrypted email from Tower and not sure what to do next? Encryption of email messages is to protect the content from being read by other entities than the intended recipients. Below you will find step by step instructions on how to view an encrypted email along with FAQ’s.

Schedule Online

Available 24/7 to schedule your MRI, CT, mammogram, ultrasound DEXA or x-ray. All other exams please request or call to schedule.

Appointment Request

Fill out a quick form online with your contact information and we will have a representative give you a call to schedule your exam.

Download Prescriptions and Guides

Download a digital copy of one of our prescriptions below. If you would like a prescription pad or other collateral piece delivered to your office please fill out the request form below and your marketing representative will drop off what you need.

Schedule Online

Available 24/7 to schedule your MRI, CT, mammogram, ultrasound DEXA or x-ray. All other exams please request or call to schedule.

Appointment Request

Fill out a quick form online with your contact information and we will have a representative give you a call to schedule your exam.

What is the subspecialty of neuroradiology?

Neuroradiology is a subspecialty that requires expertise in diagnosing and evaluating injuries and diseases of the brain, nervous system, head, neck and spine using MRI, CT, x-ray, and ultrasound imaging tools. They also diagnose and treat disorders such as aging and degenerative diseases, seizure disorders, cancer, stroke, ...

What is body imaging?

Body Imaging is a subspecialty that is dedicated to diagnostic imaging and diagnosis of diseases of the liver, bladder and kidneys through the imaging of the abdomen and pelvis, including the genitals, urinary organs and gastrointestinal tract. They also assist in fat and iron quantification and cancer staging.

What is a thoracic radiologist?

Thoracic Radiology is a subspecialty that is dedicated to diagnostic imaging and diagnosis of diseases of the chest, especially the heart and lungs and surrounding tissue, using imaging tools such as x- ray, CT, CT angiography , ultrasound, and MRI. This includes lung cancer screening and malignancy and airway diseases such as asthma ...

What is cardiac radiology?

Cardiac Radiology is a subspecialty that is dedicated to the diagnostic imaging and diagnosis of diseases of the heart and vascular or circulatory system, including blood and lymphatic vessels. They aim to evaluate and diagnose diseases such as heart disease, leaky heart valves, myocardial infarction, and defects in the size and shape ...

What are the primary tools used in pediatric radiology?

The primary tools used are fluoroscopy, ultrasound, CT, MRI, CT/MR enterography, and MR Elastography. A Pediatric Radiologist is an expert in the diagnosis, care, and management of congenital abnormalities, illnesses, injuries, and diseases in infants, children, and adolescents.

For your convenience, please print and complete the applicable patient forms prior to your visit. Once completed, please bring to your appointment and present to the patient service representative at the time of registration

For your convenience, please print and complete the applicable patient forms prior to your visit. Once completed, please bring to your appointment and present to the patient service representative at the time of registration.

Schedule Online

Available 24/7 to schedule your MRI, CT, mammogram, ultrasound DEXA or x-ray. All other exams please request or call to schedule.

Appointment Request

Fill out a quick form online with your contact information and we will have a representative give you a call to schedule your exam.

How often do radiologists need to be certified?

All of our radiologists are certified by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) and are enrolled in the ABR Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program, which requires lifelong learning, practice quality improvement, and re-certification every 10 years.

What sub-specialties do radiologists specialize in?

In addition, many of our radiologists have completed additional specialized training in a particular sub-specialty of radiology, such as abdominal imaging, breast imaging, cardiothoracic imaging, musculoskeletal imaging, neuroradiology, and nuclear medicine.

Schedule Online

Available 24/7 to schedule your MRI, CT, mammogram, ultrasound DEXA or x-ray. All other exams please request or call to schedule.

Appointment Request

Fill out a quick form online with your contact information and we will have a representative give you a call to schedule your exam.

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For Patients

Commonly asked questions about imaging studies, insurance coverage and our centers.