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South Coast Radiology provides state-of-the-art medical imaging at 12 sites covering the entire Gold Coast, Tweed District, Toowoomba and Mackay. Our experienced and dedicated staff treat each patient with dignity and respect to ensure patients feel comfortable and safe when they come to us for imaging tests.

We, at SCR, provide a wide range of high-quality diagnostic imaging services, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), dental x-rays, dental CT (iCAT), nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and interventional radiology. GPs and specialists choose South Coast Radiology because we provide accurate and timely imaging services. 

  • EOS Imaging System

    Introducing the first EOS Imaging System in Queensland. The EOS Imaging System is an ultra low-dose 2D-3D imaging system that delivers high quality, detailed images of patients in natural standing positions. The ability to create personalised 3D bone...

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  • Mammography

    South Coast Radiology provide state-of-the-art breast imaging services including digital mammography, enabling advanced management and diagnosis of breast pathology in men and women. Mammography can show small cancers up to two years before a lump is palpable, and FNA will determine whether cancerous or benign.

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  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses an exceptionally strong magnet, radio frequency waves and a sophisticated computer to generate detailed grayscale images. At South Coast Radiology, we accept MRI referrals from medical specialists, GPs, physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors.

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  • Nuclear Medicine

    Nuclear medicine provides unique functional and physiological information that enables doctors to diagnose medical problems. Registered referrers can access patients' nuclear medicine images and reports through our secure online archival system, or view the films we provide.

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  • Computed Tomography (CT)

    Computed tomography (CT) is a non-invasive medical test that will aid diagnose and treat medical conditions. At South Coast Radiology we have the latest generation of multi-slice CT scanners, which resolve very high detail and allow reconstruction of 3-dimensional images.

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  • Ultrasound

    Ultrasound imaging is a very useful, non-invasive imaging test that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce cross-sectional images. South Coast Radiology invests in stat-of-the-art ultrasound equipment and advanced PACS to provide our referring doctors and their patients accurate and comprehensive ultrasound imaging.

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  • X-ray

    X-rays remain the cornerstone of medical imaging. At South Coast Radiology we use the latest digital x-ray technology to create and store your patients' x-ray images. The company recently invested in an advanced PACS system, which enables our referrers easy, fast access to images and results.

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  • Interventional Radiology

    Interventional radiology is a sub-speciality used to diagnose or treat abnormalities throughout the body. CT, fluoroscopy, mammography, MRI or ultrasound is used to guide needle, stent or catheter placement, in order to diagnose or treat many conditions that once required expensive surgery with lengthy recovery times.

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  • Bone Densitometry (DEXA)

    Bone densitometry (or DEXA) is an enhanced form of x-ray technology that measures bone mineral density and determines the strength of your bones. Your doctor might want to establish a baseline bone density to determine whether you need treatment with medication.

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  • Dental X-ray, OPG, i-CAT

    While dentists have adequate x-ray equipment to check teeth for common dental problems, you may choose to refer a patient to South Coast Radiology for more advanced imaging, including OPG, cephalogram, TMJ x-rays or i-CAT.

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  • Fluoroscopy

    Fluoroscopy enables radiologists to assess many body systems including bones, joints, lungs, the digestive and urinary tracts, and the reproductive system. Contrast media, such as barium sulphate and iodine-based dyes, are used to fill the area of interest, or outline soft tissue organs for more detailed visualisation and improved assessment.

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