What happens/who will I see

When you arrive in the Diagnostic Imaging department, please register at our main reception desk located just inside our entrance to your right.  A receptionist will verify your personal information and the type of examination your are going to have done. The receptionist will then direct you to the appropriate waiting area or work area for your procedure. Please note:  bring your current Health Card with you to each visit.

Who you will see

Every member of your care team plays an important role in your care. But always remember, you are also an important member of the team. You know about your history, your family, your preferences and your needs. By listening to you and your loved ones and including you in everything we do, we ensure that you get the care you need, in the way that makes the most sense for you.     

Another thing you’ll notice when you arrive is that every member of your care team takes the time to introduce themselves. We also all wear easy to read name badges at chest height. We do this because we know that when you know our names, you’ll be more comfortable asking us questions. 

In the Diagnostic Imaging Department, you may meet the following professionals:

  • Medical radiation technologists specializing in:
    • General x-ray
    • Nuclear Medicine
    • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    • CT Imaging
    • Ultrasonography
    • Interventional Radiography
  • Registered Nurses
  • Receptionists
  • Booking Clerks
  • Radiologists (Doctors who specialize in radiation technology and interpret your results) 
  • Radiology Residents (Radiologists in training)