Medical Imaging (Radiology)

How we can help you (What we do?)

Sydney and Sydney Eye Hospital Medical Imaging Department provides General X-ray, Ultrasound, CT Scanning and Theatre Fluoroscopy services to patients attending the hospital.

Who we care for?

Any person (with a referral) for one of the above Imaging examinations who attends the hospital.

Who are we? 

Radiologist, Radiographers, Sonographers and Clerical support staff.

Our partners

Hospital Doctors, Nurses and Local GPs.

Our services 

  • General X-ray
  • Computed Tomography (Including CT Angiography)
  • Ultrasound
  • Theatre Fluoroscopy

Commonly asked questions

Do I need a Referral?

Do I need an appointment?
For Ultrasound and CT Scans usually. General X-ray occasionally.  Please call us to check. Telephone (02) 9382 7080.  At this time we will also inform you about any preparation that may be required.

Do I have to pay?
Medicare Eligible clients will have the procedure bulk-billed.  Work cover claimants will not have to pay if the hospital has full information regarding the claim.

Other patients will have to pay a fee at our cashier before the examination is undertaken.  Please contact us for information about the fee.

Where do I get the result of my Imaging Examination?
 From the Referring Doctor. 

How long will I have to wait for the result?
This varies so please ask us.

Who is eligible to use our services?
Anyone with an appropriate referral.

Making and cancelling an appointment 
Please telephone us on (02) 9382 7080

What to bring
It is essential to bring the Referral and a Medicare care if you wish to be Bulk-billed.
Any similar radiological examinations that were performed outside of our practice may also be useful.

Do you need an interpreter? 
If you cannot speak or understand English a professional Interpreter is important.  Please ask th staff for assistance to contact the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 131 450.

Where to park?
Parking is available in the Metro car park via Hospital Road.

Services provided

General Radiography, Ultrasound and CT scanning.


Patient Information for General x-rays, Ultrasound and CT scanning are available at Radiology reception