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Medical Imaging
Medical Imaging Team

​The Medical Imaging Department is staffed by a variety of healthcare professionals and support staff.


  • Radiologists are doctors who have specialized in performing and interpreting Medical Imaging procedures. 
  • Radiologists have successfully completed their medical training as well as a five year residency program and completed Specialty Canadian National Exams. They may also have completed their Specialty American Registry Exams.


  • Residents are doctors who are in training to become radiologists. Their training programs consist of 5 years following medical school.
  • Upon completion of their training program they will complete the Specialty Canadian National Exams and may also complete their Specialty American Registry Exams.

Medical Radiation Technologists

  • Technologists are trained to perform general x-ray procedures, CT scans and Angiography/Interventional radiography procedures depending on their level of sub-specialty. 
  • They have successfully completed a nationally accredited training program and the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) Registry Exam in Radiography.

Ultrasound Technologists

  • Ultrasound Technologists have completed training in performing ultrasound procedures and assist radiologists and residents to perform specialized ultrasound procedures. 
  • They have successfully completed a nationally accredited training program and the Canadian Society of Medical Sonographers Registry Exams in Ultrasound. 

MRI Technologists

  • MRI Technologists are trained to perform MRI procedures.
  • They have successfully completed a nationally accredited training program and the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) Registry Exam in Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Nuclear Medicine Technologists

  • Nuclear Medicine Technologists have been trained to perform Nuclear Medicine procedures. 
  • They have completed a nationally accredited training program and have successfully completed the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) Registry Exams in Nuclear Medicine. 


  • Nurses may assist Radiologists and residents in performing specialized Medical Imaging procedures. 
  • Nurses are registered with the Saskatchewan Nurses Association and have successfully completed all licensing requirements.

Support Staff

  •  Support staff may include receptionists, porters, system administrators.


Last Modified: Thursday, January 30, 2020 |
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