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How medical imaging improves the health of women every day.

Every day across Australia, women are visiting an I-MED Radiology clinic, and undergoing a medical imaging examination to either exclude or diagnose female-specific disorders.
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Protecting yourself and others – the mask works both ways

Now that supply chains are more secure, and most hospitals and health care facilities are properly stocked with PPE, there seems to be no reason not to “mask up”.
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“How are ya, mate?” Aussie men’s health issues under the spotlight.

This week is Men’s Health Week, where we shine a spotlight on men’s health issues in Australia.
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Keeping patients and staff safe - 8 April 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever that we maintain our vital diagnostic imaging services to our practitioners and patients.
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An interview with our CMO - 1 May 2020

The last few months have been extra-busy for our Chief Medical Officer, Dr Ron Shnier, as he helps I-MED Radiology navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. We asked Dr Shnier to help us understand a bit more what the challenges are for practitioners and patients needing diagnostic imaging during the pandemic.
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Don’t neglect your ongoing general health, says CMO - 20 April 2020

Last week the nation’s Chief Medical Officer, Professor Brendan Murphy, made a plea to patients: don’t neglect your ongoing general health.
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Feeling vulnerable? We’re here to help - 9 April 2020

Yesterday, Australia’s Chief Medical Officer issued an important message to patients: not to neglect your ongoing general medical health. That means don’t put off going to the doctor, or perhaps using the new Telehealth option, if you have illness or injury that needs attention.
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COVID-19 update - 25 March 2020

As a vital healthcare service provider, I-MED Radiology is committed to maintaining our services to practitioners and patients during the current COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. This includes patients who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, have flu-like symptoms, or are in isolation.
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COVID-19 update - 23 March 2020

As a vital healthcare service provider, I-MED Radiology is committed to maintaining our services to practitioners and patients during the current COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.
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COVID-19 update - 20 March 2020

As a vital healthcare service provider, I-MED Radiology is committed to maintaining our services to practitioners and patients during the current Coronavirus pandemic...
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COVID-19 update - 16 March 2020

Along with other leading healthcare providers, I-MED Radiology Network is continuing to monitor the information provided by the Australian Health Department...
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Introducing Australia’s first private digital PET/CT scanner

Our team at Wesley Hospital in Auchenflower were the first private facility to offer a PET service in Australia, and are now the first to install a digital PET/CT system.
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Ultrasound at the Open

Australian Open Tennis Championship players this year will not have far to go for cutting-edge medical imaging and diagnoses.
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Dust disease imaging requires chest x-rays reported to ILO classifications and will often also include high resolution CT scans.
A new frontier, Annalise.ai: Artificial intelligence and medical imaging to enhance health outcomes for patients

I-MED Radiology Network, Australia’s leading diagnostic imaging provider and Harrison.ai, a healthcare artificial intelligence (AI) company are delighted to announce the formation of a new joint venture, Annalise.ai.
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Dust disease imaging requires chest x-rays reported to ILO classifications and will often also include high resolution CT scans.
Milestones in the history of I-MED (INFOGRAPHIC)

It’s been an exciting journey for I-MED Radiology Network, as we head towards our twentieth year as leaders in diagnostic imaging.
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Dust disease imaging requires chest x-rays reported to ILO classifications and will often also include high resolution CT scans.
The story of I-MED

Twenty years ago, the radiology world was a very different place. The idea of an Australia-wide radiology network, serving communities as diverse as Darwin or downtown Hobart, seemed a remote possibility...
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Dust disease imaging requires chest x-rays reported to ILO classifications and will often also include high resolution CT scans.
Breast imaging - Dr Lisa Sorger answers your questions

With years of experience as a radiologist with specialist training in breast imaging, Dr Lisa Sorger has guided innumerable women through their breast imaging procedures.
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Dust disease imaging requires chest x-rays reported to ILO classifications and will often also include high resolution CT scans.
3D mammography: a new frontier for Canberra breast cancer detection

Beatrice Smith from Canberra’s online Her Magazine recently interviewed I-MED Radiologist Dr Neha Singh about the latest techniques in 3D mammography.
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Dust disease imaging requires chest x-rays reported to ILO classifications and will often also include high resolution CT scans.
I-MED Radiology Network acquires Red Radiology

I-MED Radiology is excited to announce that Brisbane-based Red Radiology has joined Australia's leading medical imaging network.
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Victoria House leads the way with dynamic 4D CT imaging

CT technology uncovers secrets from the past!
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Going "filmless" - it's good for the environment

More and more doctors and patients are choosing to go “filmless”, opting instead to receive their radiology reports and images electronically...
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Sonographer with a passion for patients

Kathleen Biniakos is a sonographer with I-MED Radiology Network. She practises in Woy Woy on the New South Wales Central Coast. Here she talks about her career as an ultrasound technologist.
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Every CT scan makes a difference

February is Redkite month at I-MED Radiology Network. I-MED is teaming up with the charity to raise funds for young cancer patients.
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Imaging technology uncovers secrets from the past

CT technology uncovers secrets from the past!
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New procedure gives greater precision to breast cancer scans

Contrast mammography is a valuable service which is able to better detect breast cancer, decreasing the need for additional invasive tests.
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New portal for patients puts reports and images at your fingertips

For some time now the developers at I-MED Radiology Network have been designing a new website and mobile App that will give patients digital access to radiology reports and images.
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