Who is MIC?
Medical Imaging Consultants formed in 1996 by the merger of 4 local radiology groups has grown to be Canada's largest radiology partnership. Active in both the hospital and the private clinic setting, MIC radiologists provide a full range of diagnostic imaging services at 12 community clinics in Edmonton, St. Albert, Fort Saskatchewan and Sherwood Park and at the University of Alberta, Stollery Children's, Royal Alexandra, Grey Nuns and Sturgeon General Hospitals.
In addition to their clinical practice, MIC radiologists are active in teaching radiology residents and imaging technology students and hold faculty and research roles at the University of Alberta.
The Medical Imaging Consultants partnership is comprised of more than 80 radiologists, with diverse specialties and unique talents. This allows us to deliver an extremely accurate and timely reporting for all of your medical imaging needs.
Medical Imaging Consultants employs a variety of professional, technical and clerical staff to deliver high quality care to our patients and to provide efficient service to our referring practitioners. All of our technologists have completed training programs with accredited training institutions and are registered with the appropriate national certifying bodies.
The availability of health assessment services support you and your healthcare practitioner in the proactive management of your health. MIC, Canada's largest radiology partnership offers patients EVA, whole body composition, private MRI, and private CT services.
Medical Imaging Consultants maintains a professional and personal duty to the health and well-being of the people in our communities. We are proud to support many local organizations also dedicated to this result.
The diagnostic imaging industry is continuously evolving, with new breakthroughs and advances in medical science. Here, you will find articles and publications featuring the latest news from MIC, as well as recent breakthroughs and advancements in the medical and diagnostic imaging industries.