46 Years of Unwavering Commitment

We’re dedicated to keeping our partners competitive without compromise.

Our Mission

Empower our partners to provide quality patient care through multimodality diagnostic imaging excellence, dedicated service and operational efficiency.

About Us

Established in 1975, Numed has led the contract Nuclear Medicine services industry for 45+ years. The same degree of agility, precision and technological innovation informs our broad spectrum of service offerings today, including CT, PET/CT and MRI modalities. As regulatory and budgetary hurdles change and the technological landscape rapidly evolves, the nature of our business remains the same. Still privately owned and operated, we have an unwavering commitment to producing the highest quality diagnostic images for optimal patient care.

Why Numed?

Numed stands as a trusted partner to attain diagnostic excellence and operational efficiency for any size healthcare facility. From rural clinics to urban and suburban hospital systems, Numed customizes solutions for each of our partners to better serve their community.


We’re on a mission to advance patient care through the highest quality diagnostic imaging. Want to join the Numed team?


Numed is not just another service we’re contracting, but truly a partnership to help us grow our organization. We’ve seen our volumes grow extensively since we began working with Numed. Our MRI services have nearly doubled and we’ve seen a big improvement in not only the number of ultrasounds we’re performing, but the quality as well. Their level of patient care is the highest quality and the techs are well trained.

– Michael Kozar, CEO, Northwest Florida Community Hospital –

Numed is driven to make sure they take care of the customer—I know they’ve taken care of us. Quality of service has been better than when the OEM was actually servicing the equipment, from the standpoint of response time. With Numed, if we have a problem, I get an answer back within minutes. A lot of times, they can do work remotely and/or give directions to our technologists who make corrective actions to get it up and running. If it’s a large issue, they dispatch somebody over here to rectify it. They’re more proactive than reactive.

– Steve Hamilton, Director of Cardiovascular Imaging, Fisher Cardiology –