MRI - Nova Scotia Health Authority

Service/Procedure Summary

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive way of taking high-quality images of areas inside the body. Instead of x-rays, MRIs use powerful magnets, radio waves and computerized sensors to take readings that can be transformed into three-dimensional pictures.

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

90%

Type Community Facility Wait Time
ALL
Sydney
Cape Breton Regional Hospital
56 days
ALL
New Glasgow
Aberdeen Hospital
125 days
ALL
Truro
Colchester Regional Hospital
147 days
ALL
Antigonish
St. Martha's Regional Hospital
155 days
ALL
Yarmouth
Yarmouth Regional Hospital
205 days
ALL
Kentville
Valley Regional Hospital
230 days
ALL
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
424 days
Bones and Joints
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
445 days
Brain
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
421 days
Chest and Abdomen
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
289 days
Heart
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
372 days

50%

Type Community Facility Wait Time
ALL
Sydney
Cape Breton Regional Hospital
27 days
ALL
Yarmouth
Yarmouth Regional Hospital
46 days
ALL
Truro
Colchester Regional Hospital
51 days
ALL
Antigonish
St. Martha's Regional Hospital
63 days
ALL
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
73 days
ALL
New Glasgow
Aberdeen Hospital
93 days
ALL
Kentville
Valley Regional Hospital
124 days
Bones and Joints
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
57 days
Brain
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
99 days
Chest and Abdomen
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
43 days
Heart
Halifax
QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites)
69 days

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