In the community

I-MED Radiology is committed to assisting those in need and we encourage our people to join with us whenever they can.

In the community

I-MED Radiology is committed to assisting those in need and we encourage our people to join with us whenever they can.

Workplace Giving

The I-MED Helping Hands Workplace Giving Program enables affordable staff giving through a transparent and trustworthy payroll donation program. Through this program our staff can chose to donate to our workplace giving charity partners: beyondblue, Leukaemia Foundation, Make-a-Wish Foundation, McGrath Foundation, The Smith Family, Mission Australia, Cancer Council, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the RSPCA.

Community Sponsorship

Giving back to the community is an important goal for I-MED. In 2018, I-MED Radiology began a partnership with Radiology Across Borders to further enable their work over time. Radiology Across Borders provides radiology training to local doctors in developing nations - with the aim of enabling better diagnostic outcomes that ultimately save lives. The organisation works predominantly in the Asia-Pacific region by delivering on-site training, lectures and online modules. It also helps to establish much-needed infrastructure such as teleradiology services. They rely on volunteers such as radiologists, radiographers and sonographers who offer their time, expertise and passion to deliver these outcomes. 

In the past, I-MED Radiology Network has also supported the McGrath Foundation, donating more than $700,000 to support the addition of McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia, as well as increasing breast awareness in young women.

Providing imaging services to those in need

In Queensland we provide imaging services free of charge to patients – generally children – from various parts of Asia suffering from severe facial deformities. They are brought to Brisbane for treatment by Rotary.

Further north, we send expert teams and equipment into remote indigenous communities in Arnhem Land to see to local diagnostic imaging needs. This is a vital service for people who, through the tyranny of distance, lack access to the best medical care.