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Healthcare Imaging Services

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  • Ultrasound, MRI, Mammography, PET, Angiography, Bone Density (DEXA) Scan, Cardiac CT, Computerised Tomography (CT), Dental X-Ray OPG, Dental CBCT, Fluoroscopic Screening, Myocardial Perfusion Scan, Nuclear Medicine, Spinal/Joint Injections, Ultrasound-Guided Biopsy, X-Ray, 3D Breast Tomosynthesis

Healthcare Imaging Services currently operates over 140 imaging centres in Australia, performing more than 2.2 million examinations annually. Helping many Australians on their journey to a healthier life, our dedicated doctors, technical, nursing and administrative healthcare professionals are working to achieve health outcomes to make a positive difference to our patients.

The ability to see inside the human body is becoming very advanced with technical developments in diagnostic imaging opening up a new realm of possibilities for detecting and treating diseases. Healthcare Imaging Services offer patients a full suite of modalities including X-ray, ultrasound, multi-slice CT, nuclear medicine, MRI, interventional radiology, mammography, women's health, cardiac, neurology, vascular and musculoskeletal imaging.

Healthcare Imaging Services provide quality, affordable and accessible imaging in fit-for-purpose imaging centres located in public and private hospitals, community locations and in multi-disciplinary medical centres.

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$99 Per Month or $1000 Per Year Per Specialty.
Multi-Specialty, Corporate or Hospital Pricing Is Available Upon Request

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