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Welcome to the Department of Diagnostic Imaging at St. Boniface Hospital.
Our team of professional radiologists, technologists, nurses, aides and clerical staff are fully trained to provide you with the best possible care and diagnostic image. We strive for excellence in patient care through the application and advancement of medical imaging technology while mindful of the respect and dignity of patients and co-workers.
Through our affiliation with the University of Manitoba, St. Boniface trains medical students, residents and fellows. We also provide training for student technologists from Red River College. St. Boniface, along with the Health Sciences Centre, is a clinical training site for the Ultrasound Training Program of the School of Diagnostic Medical Sonography.
St. Boniface is one of eight hospitals in Winnipeg that provides diagnostic imaging services to people in Manitoba and is part of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority diagnostic imaging program.
What is Diagnostic Imaging?
Diagnostic imaging, also called medical imaging, refers to tests health professionals can use to look inside the human body to help diagnose your health.
We offer angiography, bone density, CT scan, MRI, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and X-ray services in our department:
For general information on diagnostic imaging procedures and tests, please consult our links page. Please note: These sites are not managed by St. Boniface Hospital. St. Boniface does not assume any responsibility for their content.
Frequently Asked Questions
Booking / Canceling an Appointment
Appointments for Diagnostic Imaging tests and procedures will be mailed to you directly along with any test preparation instructions. Please be sure your referring physician has your current address and (all) phone numbers on file.
Please bring your Manitoba Health card with you to your appointment.
To cancel an appointment, please call the booking clerk at least 24 hours in advance.
If you are late or unprepared for your appointment, the examination may have to be rebooked for a later date.