Our medical imaging department offers a wide range of therapeutic and diagnostic exams to service our outpatients, inpatients, and emergency patients.

We look forward to meeting your needs in an understanding and compassionate way. Please bring family member or friend with you if you would like extra support during your exam.

Our general x-ray rooms are open weekdays from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm and weekends 8:00 am to 4:00 pm for outpatients. We are staffed 24-hours a day to provide service for inpatients and the emergency department as needed.

Our dedicated staff work together to provide a variety of community services. For more information on each service, please click on the links below. Except as noted, all of these services are provided at our KW Campus at 835 King Street West in Kitchener. We are located on the second floor in the D wing (downstairs from the hospital's main revolving door entrance).

Access your medical images (x-rays, CT scans, etc) online. To access your images, please enroll at www.pocket.health/kitchener. Once you enroll you will be able to view all your medical images that are stored in Grand River and St. Mary’s General Hospital’s systems, share images with others, or even burn images to a CD/USB from home. There is a $5.00+HST fee payable to PocketHealth at the time of enrollment, and it includes permanent access to all previous imaging as well as any new imaging within the next 14 days. Patients also have the option of paying a $49 annual subscription to access all historical and future images for them and up to four consenting family members.

We continue to look for new and innovative ways to serve the community we are part of. We also are involved in many regional and provincial programs and continue to be an innovative leader with our Local Integrated Health Network.

For more information please contact us at 519-749-4262 between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday to Friday.

Referring physicians can find patient referral information here.

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