Educational Experience

Resident education is a major priority of the department, which includes over 40 faculty attending radiologists, physicists, and research scientists dedicated to resident education.

MUSC is the top overall hospital in South Carolina as ranked by U.S. News and World Report. We specialize in tertiary care including organ transplantation, oncology, and cardiac disease. Resident rotations are centered at the main campus. MUSC provides care to a diverse patient population including the following institution highlights: 

•Level 1 trauma center and the only hospital in South Carolina to receive the highest national recognition for trauma centers through the American College of Surgeons.


•MUSC Children’s Hospital, the premier children’s hospital in South Carolina, providing exceptional medical care, cutting-edge procedures and research, unparalleled specialty and subspecialty care as well as state-of-the-art technology. Construction on the new MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital is underway with an anticipated completion date of early 2020.


•Hollings Cancer Center is one of the leading cancer treatment centers in the Southeast with a full range of cancer specialties and multi-disciplinary clinics. Hollings Cancer Center is the only NCI designated cancer center in South Carolina, recognized by U.S. News and World Report as being among the top 25 percent in cancer care, and accredited by the Commission on Cancer.

•Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center serves more than 58,000 Veterans in 21 counties along the South Carolina and Georgia coastline.


•MUSC is the only solid organ transplant center in South Carolina.


Residents are exposed to a large variety of pathology and different patient populations making for a robust educational experience.


The sample block diagrams for the programs can be found here:

DR Residency Program 

IR/DR Integrated Program

DR ESIR Program

IR/DR Independent Program