The Toronto Western Hospital Medical Imaging Department is on the 1st and 3rd floors of the hospital. Maps & Directions

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  • Patients coming to the hospital from home are asked to bring a bag to hold their personal belongings during their medical imaging procedure. No bags will be provided by the department. Additionally, please leave your valuables and any metal items (for example, jewellery) at home.
  • No services are available on the weekend (except for outpatients with scheduled MRI appointments).
  • Effective March 30, 2020 – JDMI patients at UHN will have an easier and more sustainable way to access and share their medical imaging records!
    Instead of picking up a CD, a new online service – PocketHealth – now offers UHN patients access to their imaging records remotely. Patients can enroll by visiting

Medical Imaging Phone-in Hours

For questions about the hours and operation of our services, call medical imaging reception at 416 603 5871 between the hours of 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

For information about an appointment or to reschedule an appointment, please call the Central Booking Office at 416 340 3384.

What We Do

The Department of Medical Imaging at Toronto Western Hospital is made up of a large team with special expertise in diagnostic and interventional neuro-radiology, musculoskeletal imaging, as well as general medical imaging.

The department offers services for interventional and vascular radiology, ultrasound, MRI, CT Scan, PET CT, bone mineral density and general radiography and is closely linked to the Gamma Knife facility located next to the department. We have on-staff technologists, radiologists, nurses, patient care and flow coordinators, and administrative staff who perform more than 145,000 exams a year.

The department is an integral member of the Krembil Brain Institute and the Schroeder Arthritis Institute.

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