Video of patient experience in Nuclear Medicine
St Vincent’s Clinic Medical Imaging & Nuclear Medicine recently reopened the nuclear medicine service at St Vincent’s Clinic. Now integrated within the medical imaging department, the nuclear medicine service has been refurbished to NATA accreditation standards and combines new equipment with pleasant surrounds.
Sky ceilings have been installed and external windows retained to improve patient comfort and to minimise any claustrophobia. Meanwhile the service boasts the Philips BrightView XCT (computed tomography) and a BrightView Gamma camera. The primary benefit of the Brightview XCT is premium CT resolution at low dose levels – a fraction of a conventional diagnostic CT and high resolution CT images can be obtained with slices as thin as 0.33 millimeters even when viewed at oblique angles. The BrightView XCT is designed with a large bore for larger patients and an open view for overall patient comfort and compliance. Associate Prof Nick Pocock and Dr William (Bill) Lees provide a consulting service from Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.00pm.
To make a booking please call (02) 8382 7530 or fax a request to 8382 6507.
- Bone Marrow Scan
- Bone Scan
- Brain Scan
- Colonic Transit Scan
- CSF Shunt Study
- DTPA Renal Scan
- Gallium Scan
- Gastric Emptying Scan
- Gastro-Intestinal Blood Loss Study
- Gated Heart Pool (GHPS) Study
- Hepatobiliary Scan
- Iodine 131 Therapy
- Labelled WBC (White Blood Cells) Scan
- Liver & Spleen Scan
- Lung Scan
- Meckel's Diverticulum Scan
- Myocardial Perfusion/Rest/Stress Scan
- Octreotide Scan
- Oesophageal Transit Scan
- Parathyroid Scan
- Red Blood Cell Liver Scan
- Salivary Scan
- Sentinel Node Lymphoscintigraphy
- Strontium 89 Therapy
- Thallium Scan
- Thyroid Scan
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