Meadowbrook Qscan facility opens its doors on Loganlea Road

Technology: A new Qscan facility at Meadowbrook gives Logan residents access to the latest in medical imaging.
Technology: A new Qscan facility at Meadowbrook gives Logan residents access to the latest in medical imaging.

Logan patients have improved access to the latest in medical imaging, thanks to the opening of a Qscan radiology clinic in Meadowbrook.

Featuring modern facilities with state-of-the-art equipment, the clinic offers a wide range of bulk-billed services including X-ray, ultra-low dose CT scanning, nuclear medicine (SPECT/CT) scans and various types of ultrasound, including musculoskeletal, vascular and pregnancy ultrasound.

Qscan Radiology Clinics general manager Matt Bellairs said Qscan had provided specialised services to referrers and patients in Logan since 2006 and were now pleased to bring these services to a growing area like Meadowbrook.

"Our commitment to providing high quality analysis and compassionate care is at the centre of everything we do at Qscan," he said.

We have made a significant investment in the new clinic's facilities to deliver the very best environment for our patients. Our team of imaging experts focus on working together with local clinicians to deliver the best health outcomes for the local community."

Qscan Group chief executive Chris Munday said it was exciting to open the facility at Meadowbrook Shopping Village on Loganlea Road.

"Despite the challenges of COVID-19, Qscan is proud to have been able to continue to honour our commitment towards expanding community access to the very latest in technology and radiology services." Mr Munday said.

Despite the challenges of COVID-19, Qscan is proud to have been able to continue to honour our commitment towards expanding community access to the very latest in technology and radiology services

Chris Munday

Lead radiologist Martin te Kloot said safety was a big part of the scanner.

"Our new CT scanner incorporates the very latest in advanced diagnostic imaging technology which essentially means less radiation is received by patients than in other modern-day scanners." Mr te Kloot said.

"This latest technology means that as a clinician, I can deliver improved diagnosis for our referrers and their patients to ensure that effective treatment plans can be put into place sooner," te Kloot said.

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