Port Macquarie X-Ray

peace of mind
through cutting edge technology and experienced, caring staff

What We Provide

Port Macquarie X-Ray is the leading provider of diagnostic imaging in the Hastings Region. We service the entire mid-north coast with the most advanced technology available.
Port Macquarie X-Ray is a private, locally owned radiology clinic conveniently located in the heart of Port Macquarie.

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X-Ray & Dental

A comprehensive range of digital X-Ray exams to meet your needs and and those of your health care provider

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Performed by our skilled sonographers who will talk you through the entire procedure, from start to finish

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CT Scans

Are generally used when soft tissue, bones or blood vessels need to be accurately scanned and minute abnormalities identified

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Interventional Radiology

Our staff radiologist, Dr Bob Marshall, performs intricate pain management procedures using a CT Scan or ultrasound as a guide

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Health care providers prefer our MRI scans for it’s consistent, clear images that aid in accurate diagnosis.

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Women's Clinic

Our Women’s Clinic specialises in gynaecological, breast and obstetric ultrasounds performed in a relaxing, stylish spa like atmosphere

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We will take care of you - welcome to Port Macquarie X-Ray

Port Macquarie X-Ray specialises in CT, MRI and Interventional (pain management) procedures. We also offer Ultrasound, Bone Mineral Density, Body Composition, X-Ray and Dental imaging.

  • We use the latest technology to give your health care provider the right tools to best manage your care
  • Our mission is to provide you with the best possible care and ensure you are comfortable and informed about your procedure
  • Same day appointments are available for most radiology procedures, please contact us for enquiries

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Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that the necessity to get diagnostic imaging can be a concerning time for many of our patients.
Below, we have outlined some of the key concerns below and provided some clarity for some of the more frequent questions that we are asked.
This is by no means intended to be a comprehensive list of answers, however, so if you require any further advice, reassurance or information, please do not hesitate to get in touch with any of our friendly and helpful staff...

May I bring a someone with me?

Generally speaking, we would certainly encourage you to bring a friend, carer or loved one along for company or support. However, we do prefer our patients to bring as few people as possible, so as to minimise distractions while our medical staff carry out their work.
We do also ask that noise is kept to a minimum - so please ask anyone you bring with you to switch off their mobile phones and keep noise to a minimum.

How long will my procedure take?

The time taken depends on the scan or procedure you are receiving. However, generally you can expect to be in and out in between 20 minutes and 1 hour. However, our reception staff or nurse will advise you of the estimated time when you make your appointment.

Do I need to do anything to prepare?

You will be advised of any required preparation when you contact our reception staff got sn appointment.

How invasive are the procedures?

Most of the imaging exams we perform are non invasive and painless. There are procedures that require an injection to provide the best results. We are happy to talk to you about the details of your procedure prior to making your appointment.

What fees might I need to pay?

Please see our fees and billing page for details.

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Business Hours

  • Monday-Friday: 8am to 6pm
  • Saturday: 8am to 12pm
  • Sunday: Closed
In case of an emergency, please contact the Accident & Emergency department at Port Macquarie Base Hospital on 02 5524 2000 or call 000