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21/09/2017
Clinton Public Hospital Auxiliary Penny Sale
Anglican Parish Hall, Clinton / 10:00 am to 6:00 pm / Tickets can be purchased at the Clinton Public Hospital Gift Shop
22/09/2017
Clinton Public Hospital Auxiliary Penny Sale
Anglican Parish Hall, Clinton / 10:00 am to 6:00 pm / Tickets can be purchased at the Clinton Public Hospital Gift Shop
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Imaging

Imaging involves taking a look inside the body and viewing internal structures and organs. This can be done various ways, including through X-rays, magnetic resonance or ultrasound.

A requisition is required for an Imaging Examination. The ordering physician / practitioner will be aware of the regular booking practices at each of our sites.

We book all of our ultrasound, BMD, CT, MRI and mammography (OBSP) exams. Please call 519-272-8212 to arrange an exam.

Locations:

  • Clinton Public Hospital: Basement Level
  • St. Marys Memorial Hospital: Main Level, South Wing
  • Seaforth Community Hospital: Main Level
  • Stratford General Hospital 
    • East Building, Level 1 (CT,Mammography, Ultrasound & X-ray)
    • West Building, Level 1 (Bone Mineral Densitometry, Echocardiogram, MRI & Nuclear Medicine)

Contact Information:

Imaging Booking Office: 519-272-8212 or 1-888-275-1102 ext 8212

  • Echocardiogram & Ultrasound - Press "1"
  • CT Scan & Nuclear Medicine - Press "2"
  • Bone Mineral Density, X-Ray and MRI - Press "3"
  • Breast Assessment Centre (Mammography, Breast Ultrasound, OBSP) - Press "4"
  • Film Library (Reports & CDs) - Press "5"
  • Reception - Press "6"

Louanne Plain, Manager Medical Imaging: 519-272-8210 ext 2622

 

Bone Mineral Density (BMD)
A BMD test is used to diagnose osteoporosis. ...  
Computed Tomography (CT Scan)
CT scans are used to diagnose bone and soft tissue injuries, chest, abdominal, renal, pelvic disorders, stroke, tumors and cancer. ...  
Echocardiography (Echos)
An echocardiogram (echo) examines the heart using ultrasound. ...  
Magnetic Resonance (MRI)
An MRI is a non-invasive technique used to look at tissues within the body. ...  
Mammography (Breast Assessment Centre & OBSP)
Mammography uses digital mammographic equipment to diagnose diseases of the breast. The Ontario Breast Screening Program, which provides high-quality breast cancer screening. ...  
Nuclear Medicine
Nuclear Medicine studies organ functions and identifies many conditions such as bone cancer, heart failure, etc. ...  
Ultrasound
An ultrasound is used to study structure and anatomy of organs, monitor pregnancies and identify blood clots in deep veins. ...  
X-ray
An X-ray is used to diagnose injuries and conditions in bones, for chest and abdominal disorders, cancer, etc. ...  
Directions, Maps & Parking
Directions, Maps and Parking information for HPHA hospital sites....  
Physician Requisitions
Exam requisitions for physicians ...