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Medical Imaging


The Medical Imaging Department utilizes the latest imaging modalities to aid in diagnosing diseases in pediatric cancer patients. To meet the increasing demand for quality diagnostic imaging services, we upgraded our modalities to be all digital. We are a unique, paperless, filmless department with the latest version of fully integrated HIS/RIS & PACS systems, providing the best quality service in a timely fashion.

  • Our department is located on the first floor
  • Working hours: 24/7 for CCHE patients
  • For non-CCHE patients:
    • Please get in touch with our front desk for appointments
    • All weekdays from 8 am to 4 pm
  • Emergency service: 24/7

The mission of the Medical imaging department is to provide the best quality imaging information that clinicians require to diagnose and treat the patient. We will achieve this by:


  • Ensuring the smooth running of the imaging services through appropriate communication with the hospital staff, aiming at accurate diagnosis in a timely fashion and transfer of information.
  • All facilities should be used to their capacity to minimize patient waiting time, ensure quality diagnostic results, and avoid patient, public, and staff exposure to unnecessary ionizing radiation and other possible hazards.
  • Pursuing a policy of continuous improvement in our methods in line with the fast-developing field of diagnosis through sustained modernization of the equipment, quality assurance, and continuing education programs for all categories of staff.
  • Standardization of investigations and examinations done in our department is consistent with international standards (examination techniques and protocols), and this knowledge is spread in our country to other diagnostic centers.

The fully digital 1272 sq. meter department provides a complete range of imaging services because diagnosing tumors requires precise imagery. To assist the clinician in accurate diagnostic information regarding the location, size, and areas of spread, all diagnostic imaging modalities are available, including:


  • Conventional radiography and fluoroscopy
  • CT scans with & without contrast
  • MRI
  • Sono-Mammography
  • DEXA-scan
  • Intervention radiology
  • Ultrasonography
  • Mobile x-ray
  • Intraoperative Ultrasound
  • C-arm
  • Intraoperative MRI