Medical College, East Africa 

The Department of Radiology and Diagnostic imaging started in 1959 with a single Radiologist and only offered general radiography. It has since grown and transformed in leaps and bounds from dark room processing of radiographs to digital radiography, from hand-written reports to a PACS system and from hand written reports to voice recognition dictation of reports. We also have a 256-slice dual source state of the art CT scanner with fluoroscopy capability, two MRI machines (3T and 1.5T), digital mammography with tomosynthesis, interventional radiology services, a nuclear medicine section and most recently, a PET-CT scanner with cyclotron, the first of its kind in sub Saharan Africa.


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The Department of Radiology is composed of various sub-specialities providing top-notch patient care and focusing on patient safety.









Population Health Symposium

The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) and the Aga Khan University (AKU), in partnership with Fudan University, Tsinghua University and other local partners kicked off a two-day collabo 


Promoting science and innovation

Aga Khan University's Faculty of Health Sciences has today held a symposium to provide early career researchers an opportunity to showcase their research work while strengthening local science and innovation​​​​​​