Below is a list of common questions that our clients may have. If you can’t find your answer here, please feel free to contact us directly.
We try to have the reports sent to your doctors offices with in 8 hours.
Yes, ten minutes before your exam. This ensures that you do not lose you place in line. Paper may need to be filled prior to your examination as well.
We may have to reschedule your exam. We will do our best to fit you in between other patients if we can.
You do need an appointment for ultrasound, mammogram, and bone density. General x-rays are just on a walk-in basis.
There are some same day appointments for emergency and walk-ins. For non emergency it is one to two days. Please call.
Yes for any ultrasound, x-ray, and bone density you need a referral from your doctor. Mammogram patients between the ages of 50-69 do not need a referral from a doctor if they are booking for a regular screening mammogram.
Every day is different for X-rays, since it is on a first come first serves basis it is hard to give a wait time, since it depends on the type of x-ray each patient is having.
Yes you may, but with a little water.
Yes. Drink 1 litre of water an hour before your exam.
Yes, it lets us verify that we and your doctors offices have the right information, and it is allows us to identify who you are.
Yes, we do have female technologist do your exams, we just ask that you lets us know prior to your exam that you would like a female technologists so we able to make sure there is a female available for you at that time.