CT Scan - Nova Scotia Health Authority

Service/Procedure Summary

Computed tomography (CT) is a diagnostic procedure that uses special x-ray equipment to obtain cross-sectional pictures of the body. The CT computer displays these pictures as detailed images of organs, bones, and other tissues.

Nova Scotia
90% of people served within ?
115 days
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Wait Times

90%

Community Facility Wait Timesort descending
Dartmouth
Dartmouth General Hospital
75 days
Bridgewater
South Shore Regional Hospital
96 days
Kentville
Valley Regional Hospital
102 days
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
103 days
Amherst
Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre
104 days
Lower Sackville
Cobequid Community Health Centre
109 days
Inverness
Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital
111 days
Antigonish
St. Martha's Regional Hospital
115 days
Yarmouth
Yarmouth Regional Hospital
133 days
Truro
Colchester East Hants Health Centre
138 days
Sydney
Cape Breton Regional Hospital
145 days
New Glasgow
Aberdeen Hospital
164 days

50%

Community Facility Wait Timesort descending
Inverness
Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital
5 days
Dartmouth
Dartmouth General Hospital
8 days
New Glasgow
Aberdeen Hospital
13 days
Amherst
Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre
13 days
Kentville
Valley Regional Hospital
13 days
Antigonish
St. Martha's Regional Hospital
14 days
Lower Sackville
Cobequid Community Health Centre
16 days
Bridgewater
South Shore Regional Hospital
17 days
Sydney
Cape Breton Regional Hospital
20 days
Truro
Colchester East Hants Health Centre
21 days
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
21 days
Yarmouth
Yarmouth Regional Hospital
35 days

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