A PET CT (Positron Emission Tomography Computed Tomography) scan is an imaging test showing how an organ or tissue works. MRI and CT scans are different than a PET CT scan because they show the structure (shape or make up) of organs or tissue inside your body.
PET scans can help health care providers diagnose many conditions, find early stages of diseases like cancers, injuries, and infections and see abnormalities even without seeing structural changes.
This helps in choosing the best treatment for you. The information from a PET CT scan can also help your health care provider decide the best treatment for you. PET CT can also help check if therapy is working and help plan for surgery and radiotherapy.
Location, hours and contact information
PLEASE NOTE: THE FOLLOWING CLOSURES ARE IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AS PART OF OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19
All non-urgent diagnostic imaging appointments will be rescheduled and walk-in x-ray services will be closed.
Victoria Building - QEII
Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
How do I get an appointment?
A referral from a specialist is required.
Current average wait times for a PET CT Scan with us can be found HERE.