Judith Rose, M.D.

With an extensive background in both nuclear medicine and radiology, Dr. Judith Rose has joined the RadNet Management team in the capacity of Director of PET/CT and Nuclear Medicine. Based in the corporate office of RadNet, Dr. Rose is setting and standardizing protocols for PET/CT, PET and Nuclear Medicine, along with taking marketing and UR  procedures to a new level for RadNet Management, Inc.

Dr. Rose was Medical Director of Nuclear Medicine at Valley Presbyterian Hospital for 25 years, as well as Medical Director of the San Fernando Valley Regional PET Center for four years. She received her undergraduate degree from Indiana University and her medical degree from the Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. During medical school, Dr. Rose was elected to the A.O.A. honorary medical society for scholastic achievement, and received the Mary Yankowsky Award for Excellence in Radiology. Dr. Rose’s radiology residency was also fulfilled at the Medical College of Pennsylvania and, from there, she held a fellowship in nuclear medicine at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Previously, she was a member of the clinical faculty at Medical College of Pennsylvania, UCLA, and Wadsworth VA Hospital and is a active member of the Society of Nuclear Medicine including the PET Center of Excellence, and The Los Angeles Radiologic Society.

With her vast experience in the combined fields of PET, PET/CT, nuclear medicine and radiology, Dr. Rose is an asset to the RadNet Management team.



Nuclear Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA


Radiology, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Medical Degree:

Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA


  • Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

  • University of California, Los Angeles

  • Wadsworth VA Hospital

  • Society of Nuclear Medicine

  • Los Angeles Radiologic Society

  • PET Center of Excellence