Happy New Year to all our patients
We welcome you to our safe, clean and friendly office where patient care is our main priority.
We are proud of our efficient, excellent service that we have provided for our patients and physicians since 2006.
We are located at 2162-B Broad Street which is on the corner of 14th Avenue and Broad Street.
We are across 14th Avenue from the Broad Street Medical Clinic and Shopper’s Drug Mart.
As a fully digital facility, we offer x-ray and spirometry services 7 days a week.
We are open Monday through Friday 8 am to 8 pm and on Saturday and Sunday 12 noon until 4 pm.
We register our last patient a half hour before closing each day.
As a walk-in facility, you are not required to make an appointment.
You will only need to bring your requisition from the doctor as well as a valid health card.
For spirometry, there are the requirements of not using your inhaler the day of the exam and to bring your inhaler with you if the requisition requires a pre and post exam.
We look forward to being of service to you.
No appointment is necessary. Our office provides service on a first come, first served basis.
Generally, an x-ray will take around 15 minutes to complete. If you have multiple studies ordered, it may take longer.
There is no preparation required for general x-ray’s.
Your doctor will have your results in 1-2 days. In urgent cases, and at your doctor’s request, your x-rays are available online for their immediate review. However, if your doctor has not signed up for online access, you are able to take a disc back to them if requested.
A group of Regina based Radiologists read all of the x-rays done at our facility and the report is faxed to your doctor directly from their office.
General x-ray’s use a very minimal amount of radiation to produce a digital image. Our technologists use lead shielding to protect you from unnecessary exposure whenever possible. Women, who think they may pregnant, need to talk to their doctor before having an x-ray ordered. X-rays are dangerous to unborn babies.
Yes, we can take your x-ray if you are from out of province, just bring your valid health card with you. If you are from out-of-country, you will need to pay cash for your x-ray. Amounts vary based on the type of x-ray being performed.
All of the x-rays taken at our facility are available online on two Picture Archiving Communication Systems (PACS): Radiology Associates Vue Motion PACS and Provincial PACS. Doctors all across Saskatchewan that have signed up for their remote access will have access to your x-rays.
A spirometry test is a diagnostic test on lung performance. If you use an inhaler, you need to come for the test on a day when you have not used your inhaler so we can test your lung function with no medication interference. If your doctor has requested a ‘Pre’ and ‘Post’ spirometry test, then you will need to bring your inhaler with you to be used during the test.
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