Radiology is the medical discipline that uses medical imaging to diagnose and treat diseases. Although our services are generally coined by the public as a ‘procedure that are dangerous and harmful due to radiation’, we assure adequate safety measures are applied to our clients based on the ALARA principle (As Low As Reasonably Aschievable).
Our department are committed in giving services 24 hours to all patient especially to the emergency cases which need urgent care.
There are 8 units available within our department, namely; general radiography unit, densitometry unit, ultrasonography unit, mammography unit, computed tomography(CT) unit, magnetic resonance imaging(MRI) unit, interventional unit and picture archiving and communication system (PACS) unit. With these units, we are esteemed to provide high quality diagnostic as well therapeutic services to the society.
Interventional clinic is available during weekdays from 8 – 5 pm and its core operative is to provide consultation services to those who seek our expertise.
As a department within the higher learning centre, we are more proactively in providing continuous medical educations as well as developing the skills and knowledge in these areas particularly in the scope of diagnostic and interventional radiology both nationally and internationally.
We are proud to be bestowed with the latest technological equipment in this field, and with this equipment, we are committed to provide the best patient focussed services with affordable cost.