Explore your options
Our faculty provide clinical care at multiple sites throughout Nova Scotia and New Brunswick with the main academic sites being the Dartmouth General Hospital, IWK Health Centre, and QEII Health Science Centre hospitals in Halifax and the Saint John Regional Hospital in Saint John NB.
A major goal of the Dalhousie Department of Diagnostic Radiology is to add value to clinical care as integral members of the care team. To that end, the departments are structured into subspecialty sections.
QEII Health Sciences Centre (adult)
- BIOTIC Imaging Centre
- Nuclear Medicine
IWK Health Centre (children & women's)
Dartmouth General Hospital (adult)
Saint John campus
Saint John Regional Hospital (adult & children)
Great emphasis is placed on the role of the radiologist as an active consultant in the care team. Confirming the commitment to this sectional approach, a section of emergency radiology will be formalized within the coming academic year.
Take your education farther
We offer educational experience in the following programs:
- Undergraduate (Pre-clinical teaching and clinical electives)
- Postgraduate (Diagnostic Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, and Neuroradiology)
- Fellowships (Abdominal Imaging, Cardiothoracic, Interventional, Pediatrics and Neuroradiology)
- Continuing education (Grand Rounds, Atlantic Radiology Conference)
Our research activities are varied and our department strengths include breast imaging, population health, chest, interventional radiology and Nuclear Medicine. MRI and preclinical imaging imaging research is conducted by our faculty members at the Biomedical Translational Imaging Centre, (BIOTIC).
Our plan forward:
We have a formal department Strategic Plan for 2014-2018 that outlines our dedication to improving and continuing aim of delivering the highest quality of clinical care, education and research in medical imaging.”
See where we are going with our strategic plan for 2014-18