Dr Jones & Partners Medical Imaging

Doctors-Medical Practitioners - Stepney, SA

Radiology Specialists Servicing South Australia For Over 75 Years.

38 Payneham Rd, Stepney SA 5069

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About Us

AT A GLANCE
  • State-of-the-art technology and equipment
  • Highly talented imaging professionals
  • Diagnostic and interventional radiology services
  • Mammography
  • Ultrasound
Providing patients with excellent services given by competent and caring staff
Dr Jones & Partners Medical Imaging offers a wide range of diagnostic imaging services or modalities. We aim to provide patients and their referring Doctors with the highest standard of diagnostic imaging, meeting all expectations of accuracy, professionalism, convenience and affordability.

Dr Jones & Partners Medical Imaging offers a wide range of diagnostic imaging services or modalities. We aim to provide patients and their referring Doctors with the highest standard of diagnostic imaging, meeting all expectations of accuracy, professionalism, convenience and affordability.

Services offered

  • General x-ray
  • Mammography
  • Bone Density testing
  • Ultrasound
  • Computerised Tomography (CT)
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
  • Interventional Procedures

We are committed to meeting your specific medical imaging requirements and our radiologists are always available to you should you need to discuss imaging requirements and interpretation of imaging results.

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Staff
440
Established
1925

Products and Services

Practice Type

Radiology

Diagnostics

Computerised Scanning, Ultrasound, X-rays

FAQs

  • Will I require an injection?

    Most MRI tests will not require a contrast injection, however in certain circumstances it may improve the accuracy of the scan. This injection (gadolinium solution) is usually into an arm vein. It is not like the contrast used in x-ray examinations. If sedation is required it is injected into a vein through thin plastic tubing in the elbow area or the back of the hand.

  • Who cannot have an MRI scan?

    Anyone with a pacemaker, clips in the brain, cochlear implants or metal chips in their eye must not go near such a powerful magnet. Most metal put in at surgery (hip replacements and metal rods) is safe. You will need to complete a safety questionnaire prior to the procedure.

  • Will it hurt?

    MRI is painless but may be noisy, and since scans take between 30 and 40 minutes you may become a little uncomfortable lying still for that period.

  • When will I get my results?

    MRI investigations contain specialised and complex information. A large number of images are produced and review of these images may take several hours. Usually the report is available to your referring doctor the next working day. For some examinations Dr Jones & Partners Medical Imaging may electronically send your examination for additional super-specialist opinion elsewhere in Australia.

  • Is an MRI scan safe?

    An enormous amount of study has not demonstrated any danger from an MRI scan. It uses no x-ray radiation. The radio wave pulses are of similar frequency to your radio. The powerful magnet does not have any known side effects.

  • What if I'm pregnant?

    If you are pregnant, or could be pregnant at the time of your appointment, please contact us prior to that time so that the situation can be discussed with your referring doctor. MRI is usually avoided in the first trimester of pregnancy unless the diagnosis cannot wait and your doctor considers MRI to be the best investigation.