For Patients

Who is a Radiologist?

A radiologist is a medical doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating disease and injury by using medical imaging techniques.  Having completed at least 13 years of specialized training your radiologist plays an important role in your health. Radiologists perform an integral role in your health care. As an expert consultant to your referring healthcare practitioner, the radiologist aids in the selection of the most appropriate examination for your needs. 

After the examination, the radiologist will interpret the medical images and provide their recommendation for additional care or other treatments if necessary. Radiologists not only diagnose, they also treat disease by means of radiation (radiation oncology), or perform minimally invasive, image guided surgical procedures (interventional radiology).



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Exam Prep Instructions

Here, you can find a comprehensive listing of all exam preparation instructions for all the procedures that we offer at MIC.

How to book an appointment




Through Central Booking, patients and referring practitioners can book appointments at any MIC clinic location. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will provide details of required examination preparations and make every effort to find the earliest, most convenient appointment at the location of your choice.


Using Digital Images CDs

Are you having problems viewing your images from your Digital Images CD? If so, please refer to the comprehensive informational package provided here.


Procedure Information

Medical imaging is an industry that spans over a wide range of disciplines, each with their own specific quirks and requirements. At Medical Imaging Consultants, we understand that many of these disciplines can be confusing and a little intimidating, so in an effort to remove some of the mystery, we have listed explanations for each of the procedures that we perform.