You may need an X-ray as a result of illness or injury, or when a physician suspects a medical problem that cannot easily be detected with a routine physical examination. Visiting the emergency department may also necessitate an X-Ray. If you require an X-Ray after visiting the emergency department, this will be completed within the emergency department. Markham Stouffville Hospital offers digital radiography (current technology) X-ray services at both the Markham and Uxbridge Sites. This current X-Ray technology reduces radiation doses.
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Location and Contact Information
To make an X-Ray appointment at the Markham site, please visit the Make an Appointment page.
To make an X-ray appointment at the Uxbridge site, please call 905 852 9771 ext. 5249.
We suggest parking in the main hospital parking lot, opposite the Link Lobby Entrance and Medical Office Building, when visiting diagnostic services.
Please go to the central registration desk on the main floor of Building A, before heading to diagnostic services on the second floor in Building B where you'll be directed to the X-Ray waiting room.
Diagnostic services is located in Uxbridge Cottage Hospital – 4 Campbell Drive, Uxbridge.
For more information on parking at the Markham or Uxbridge sites, please click here.
An X-Ray is performed by a medical radiation technologist (MRT) and a radiologist. Medical radiation technologists (MRT) are allied health professionals trained in patient care and imaging techniques that use ionizing radiation to obtain images. Radiologists (FRCPC) are physicians with specialist training in the interpretation of all imaging modalities providing consultation to the referring physician.
What You Should Know
Before Your Visit
Please do not wear jewellery or perfume on the day of your test.
Please arrive 30 minutes before your test to register at the central registration desk in Building A. Please bring your health card and your requisition (if your physician has provided you with one).
During Your Visit
Children (12 and under) should not accompany the patient to any X-Ray appointment, as we cannot provide for their supervision while completing your test or treatment.
After Your Visit
There are no specific instructions for after your X-Ray. Your family physician will receive your X-ray results and follow up with you.
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