All our hospital venues remain open 24 hrs per day to cater for all your radiology imaging needs during the national lockdown. We have taken strict precautionary measures for our patients and staff alike, to limit any possible exposure to the coronavirus. There is strict sanitizing of hands on entering and leaving our Radiology departments. All our staff engage in continuous hand sanitization to prevent cross-contamination.

Despite these measures, we also understand that not everyone is comfortable visiting hospitals during this time, but we have you covered at our two non-hospital outpatient venues.

Tel: 087 310 4989
Fax: 087 236 0689
535 Peter Mokaba Road, Overport
Services Offered: CT Scans

Tel: 087 310 4991
Fax: 087 236 0691
D1 Meyrickton Park, 2 Meyrickton Place, Hillcrest
Services Offered: CT Scans | MRI Scans | Digital X-Ray Imaging | Ultrasound



A mammogram is an X-ray that can detect breast cancer even if you have no symptoms or signs of a lump. This is without a doubt the way to go for early detection.

MRI Scan

MRI uses a powerful magnet and radio-waves to produce superbly detailed views of the human body, particularly soft tissues, such as the brain, spinal cord and muscles.

Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear Medicine Imaging (also known as a Radio Isotope) uses small amounts of radio-active pharmaceuticals to image the body and help diagnose or treat a variety of diseases.


An X-ray is a quick and safe procedure that is commonly used as a means of looking at the human body-usually the bones.

Interventional Radiology

This is a sub-speciality of Radiology which uses various forms of Radiology to preform procedures which are minimally invasive.

CT Scan

A CT scanĀ is a test that uses an X-ray machine that spins around the patient to obtain detailed images. This means that many images of the body are produced as if the body had been sliced and turned onto its side for viewing.


PET is especially effective in identifying whether or not a cancer is present; in particular lung, head and neck, colorectal, oesophageal, lymphoma, melanoma, breast, thyroid, cervical, pancreatic and brain cancers as well as other less frequently occurring cancers.


An Ultrasound uses high frequency sound waves to produce detailed images of tissues, blood vessels and organs inside your body. These images are displayed on a computer screen showing the scan as a real-time video and images are captured as still images.

Bone Mineral Density

Bone Density Scanning, also known as Dual-Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) or Bone Densitometry, is an X-Ray technique used to measure bone loss. DEXA is today’s established standard for measuring Bone Mineral Density.

MRI Breast Biopsy

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the breast uses a powerful magnetic field, radio waves and a computer to produce detailed pictures of the structures within the breast.

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