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 50% of people served within? 64days

Wait times

50%

Type Community Facility Wait Time
ALL Antigonish St. Martha's Regional Hospital 86
days
ALL Halifax QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites) 38
days
Bones and Joints Halifax QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites) 35
days
Brain Halifax QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites) 36
days
Chest and Abdomen Halifax QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites) 44
days
Heart Halifax QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites) 35
days
ALL Kentville Valley Regional Hospital 169
days
ALL New Glasgow Aberdeen Hospital 68
days
ALL Sydney Cape Breton Regional Hospital 99
days
ALL Truro Colchester East Hants Health Centre 54
days
ALL Yarmouth Yarmouth Regional Hospital 39
days

90%

Type Community Facility Wait Time
ALL Antigonish St. Martha's Regional Hospital 103
days
ALL Halifax QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites) 403
days
Bones and Joints Halifax QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites) 471
days
Brain Halifax QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites) 421
days
Chest and Abdomen Halifax QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites) 130
days
Heart Halifax QEII Health Sciences Centre (All Sites) 75
days
ALL Kentville Valley Regional Hospital 418
days
ALL New Glasgow Aberdeen Hospital 247
days
ALL Sydney Cape Breton Regional Hospital 243
days
ALL Truro Colchester East Hants Health Centre 130
days
ALL Yarmouth Yarmouth Regional Hospital 474
days

Disclaimer: Hospitals, long-term care facilities, and clinics across the province provide all wait time information displayed on this website. Wait times are based on historical data and do not include emergency/priority cases.