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List of X-ray / Ultrasound Facilities

List of X-ray / Ultrasound Facilities

Diagnostic Imaging Sites

Name Address Phone Fax Services
Ajax/Pickering
CML - Harwood Plaza 300 Harwoo Ave South 905-426-8976 905-426-7843 CR
CML - Healthcare 1105 Kingston Rd, Ste D202 905-837-8706 905-837-8945 XUBM
Gamma Dynacare 1885 Glennana Road 905-420-5484 905-831-6983 XUB
Medical Imaging Centre 15 Westney Road North 905-686-9729 905-686-6188 XUV
Mississauga
CML - Emerald Centre 10 Kingsbridge Garden Circle 905-568-3768 905-568-9652 UCR
Mississauga Diagnostic Imaging 801 Dundas St East 905-897-9711 905-897-9844 UXMBV
Scarborough
Donvale U/S and D&P 521 Victoria Park Ave Ste B1 416-694-2198 416-694-1421 XU
Malvern U/S & Mammo 1333 Neilson Rb Ste 230 416-282-1147 416-282-2746 OBSP UM
Scarborough Hospital 3050 Lawrence Ave East 416-495-2480 416-495-2619 UXMBV
Scarborough Radiologists 3000 Lawrence Ave E 416-438-6636 416-438-6008 XUM
Victoria Pk Mammography Ctr 1703 Victoria Park Ave 416-759-3462 416-759-9237 OBSP MU
VPM Imaging 520 Ellesmere Road Lower Level 416-759-3462 416-759-9237 OBSP XMUB
York Radiology 1333 Sheppard ave E,
Suite 118
416-494-8829 416-494-9257 XUBH
Toronto
Central Tor Diagnostic 658 Danforth (Pape & Danforth) 416-465-5735 416-465-2150 UXMB
Coxwell U/S 1577 Danforth Ave Unit 7 416-465-4679 416-465-2150 UV
Danforth/Main X-Ray 294 Main St, Unit B1 416-691-5071 416-691-3349 XVHUMB
Eglin-Don Mills Diagnostics 29 Gervais Drive, Ste 100 416-449-7546 416-449-5229 UXM
Victoria Terrace X-Ray & U/S 1448 Lawrence Ave East, Ste 209 416-750-4555 416-750-4568 UXB
Toronto East Gen Hosp 825 Coxwell Ave 416-469-6401 416-469-6662 UXMBV
Wynford Ultrasound 18 Wynford Drive, Ste 507 416-449-8289 416-449-9643 U
 
(U) Ultrasound   (X) X-Ray   (M) Mammography   (B) Bone Mineral Density   (V) Vascular Studies   (OBSP) Ontario Breast Screening Program   (C) CT   (R) MRI   (H) Cardio

News Alerts:

Flu shots:

We strongly recommend getting the flu shot every October or November to prevent influenza and its serious complications. Those at most risk are children and adults (including pregnant women) with chronic medical conditions, such as cancer, cardiac disorders, asthma, and morbid obesity (people with a body mass index greater than 40); residents of nursing homes and other chronic care facilities; people 65 years of age and older; healthy children 6 months to 5 years of age; aboriginal peoples; and healthy pregnant women, at any stage of pregnancy. Please call our office to book an appointment for your flu shot.

New Cervical Screening Guidelines:

Cervical cancer screening is recommended every three years for all women starting at age 21 who are or ever have been sexually active, if they have never had an abnormal Pap test. Sexual activity includes intercourse, as well as digital or oral sexual activity involving the genital area with a partner of either gender. Women, who are not sexually active by 21 years of age, should delay cervical cancer screening until sexually active. Regardless of sexual history, there is no evidence to support screening women under 21 years of age. Based on the latest clinical evidence, cervical cancer screening every three years is effective. Pap tests can stop at age 70 in women who have had three or more normal tests in the prior 10 years.

However, if you have been treated for an abnormal Pap test in the past, these guidelines do not apply. Annual pap testing is still recommended for those treated for an abnormal test in the past. Please discuss with your physician if you are unsure about the screening interval which is best for you.

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New Annual Health Screening:

As part of our efforts to contain health costs, we will be offering annual health screening to all our healthy adults age 18-64. This may mean you will not require a complete head-to-toe examination with routine testing, although we will discuss your health concerns, health maintenance strategies, and offer proven cancer screening tests (in line with Cancer Care Ontario guidelines), as well as screen for cardiovascular disease if indicated. Healthy patients with no chronic disease may choose a longer screening interval than annually, in conjunction with their family physician. All patients with chronic disease and those 65 years old and older should have an annual exam. We strongly encourage those 50 to 64 years of age to have an annual or at minimum biannual health screening exam. 16 and 17 year olds should have a screening exam as well, especially those considering going off to college/university.

Vaccines:

Ontario has added to the vaccine schedule for infants and children as well as adults. The new Rotavirus oral vaccine for infants between 6 and 24 weeks age, a second dose of chickenpox vaccine for children aged 1-11, and a whooping cough booster vaccine for adults age 19-64 is available. Please speak to us at your next office visit.

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New changes in Narcotics Prescribing:

As of Nov. 1st, 2011, all Ontarians are required by law to provide identification to their health care provider in order to receive a prescription narcotic or controlled substance medication. You will need to provide the same identification to the pharmacist in order to pick up the medication.

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