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Imagine one location for women's health
Women's medical imaging needs are diverse. 
There are times in our lives when we need fetal ultrasound, other stages at which we require bone density testing and mammography.  
As a part of UCSF Imaging's ongoing goal of making medicine more personal and local, we founded the UCSF Imaging Center at Montgomery Street
This convenient location provides comprehensive imaging services as well as the convenience of multiple practices located on one floor:  UCSF Imaging Center, UCSF Women's Health Primary Care, Golden Gate Obstetrics & Gynecology, and Golden Gate Skin Center.
Link here to refer patients.  

Meet some of the Montgomery Street staff and providers

Ruth Goldstein, MD


Ruth Goldstein, MD, is UCSF Radiology's chief of ultrasound. She also treats patients at the Montgomery Street clinic. "I love what we're doing at Montgomery street. We understand that peace of mind and tranquility are important to great health." 

L'Ree Brown

Cindy Lee, MD

L'Ree Brown has spent over twenty years helping patients in a variety of UCSF offices. At Montgomery Street, he ably manages front office operations and makes patients feel at home. Lately, Brown has been involved in the EXCEL program which trains administrative staff for UCSF positions. 

Cindy Lee, MD, treats patients at the Montgomery Street clinic. Lee is also a researcher. She and colleagues recently published a study in the  American Journal of Roentgenology  that analyzed data from over 3 million mammograms on the National Mammogram Database with the goal of helping doctors compare their performance with their peers.  
Little baby, big yawn.

Link here to learn more about fetal ultrasound and other imaging services at UCSF Imaging Montgomery Street.
Congratulations, Dr. Majumdar!
Sharmila Majumdar, PhD, professor and vice chair for  Research
in  the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging has been awarded the 2016 Gold Medal of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) for her innovative contributions to the development of quantitative imaging methods, linking these methods to musculoskeletal tissue composition, biochemistry, skeletal biomechanics and function. She's one of the few women to receive the annual award, which was launched in 1981.  
What you said
Thanks to all of you for responding to our communications survey. We learned that LinkedIn is the social site you use most for professional purposes, while Facebook prevails for communication with family and friends. 
This month we'd like to learn which medical journals you refer to most often. Link here for a one-question survey. We'll let you know our results next month, and you can join the conversation on our LinkedIn group here.  
The Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the University of California, San Francisco is a leading health sciences center focused on serving patients, conducting research, and training the next generation of radiologists. We are proud to have some of the foremost names in diagnost ic, therapeutic, and interventional radiology developing promising new approaches to identify and treat disease. We are a patient-centered team, and are proud that the community recognizes us for our compassion and care.
It is our privilege and pleasure to work with you by providing world-class imaging services to your patients. We look forward to partnering with you to deliver the best possible patient outcomes. Please call our scheduling department at (415) 353-2573 or contact us anytime.
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