If you want to find out more about what is it exactly what we do here, feel free to read this page. We are here to help you understand our mission and goal and also explain into more detail how our health and social service center can help people maintain their health, become healthy again and learn more about the prospects of any treatment they might be going through at the moment.
The Medical Imaging Department conducts the prescribed examinations to assist in the diagnosis or confirmation of a physician’s diagnosis.
We, therefore, try to respond to requests for medical examinations within a reasonable period of time, of the best possible quality, taking into account:
- The state of the beneficiary
- Availability of radiologists
- Optimal use of human, material and financial resources
The rapid evolution of technology and knowledge in medical imaging
- The aging of the population
The imaging of our hospital center includes five categories of examinations in radiodiagnostics:
- The electrocardiology department is also part of the medical imaging department.
A qualified and efficient team of 13 technologists, 2 administrative officers
1 and 2 Class 3 Administrative Officers who work closely with all stakeholders.
This team is under the responsibility of the Administrative Coordinator of Diagnostic Services.
We advise you that you come and speak with our teams and our doctors for more information about what services we have to offer here at the health and social service center. We also would like to invite all those who are ready and willing to do a little bit of volunteering to come to us and help us raise consciousness about health issues and topics. In doing so, you will also be leaving a permanent mark in your community as a person who is willing to help others and do good.
Business hours :
– Day: 8:00 to 16:00
– Evening: 16:00 to 23:30
17:00 to 18:00 “closed for dinner
- Weekends and holidays:
– Day: 8:30 to 16:00 (12:00 to 12:30 “closed for dinner”)
– Evening: 4 pm to 11:30 pm (5:30 pm to 6 pm “closed for supper”)