Nuclear medicine

Nuclear medicine uses small amounts of radioactive substances that are attracted to specific organs, bones, or tissues. These substances emit gamma rays that can be detected by a gamma camera. The cameras work in conjunction with computers to form images that provide information about the area of body being imaged.

The amount of radiation from a nuclear medicine procedure is comparable to that received during a diagnostic x-ray.
 

Exam preparation instructions for nuclear medicine

Hours

7 days a week, appointment required
 

Contact

E-mail: rendezvousimagerie@montfort.on.ca
Telephone: 613-748-4907
Fax: 613-748-4951

Patients with an appointment at Hôpital Montfort will receive an automated confirmation call up to 3 working days prior to their appointment. 
 

Registration

Room 1C119, Monday to Friday between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Room 1B164, weekdays  after 3:30 p.m. and weekends 

Please have your health card ready for the registration.