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Radiography (X-Ray)

The purpose of a diagnostic x-ray is to help the physician make a diagnosis. Basic radiology are pictures taken with x-rays. They show internal parts of the human body with the help of radiation that passes through it.

Denser tissues such as bone absorb more radiation (white on the film) while gas-filled or less dense spaces are darker (black on the film).

The rays that pass through the body form a black and white image on a specialized digital receiver.

Once the exam is completed, the radiologist will interpret the results, which will be sent to the referring physician and your family physician. The results will also be available on the patient portal.

This service is available at the Aline-Chrétien Health Hub and Hôpital Montfort. 

Hôpital Montfort is integrated with the Ocean eReferral Network portal. Click the link to access the request.

The Ocean eReferral platform allows you to create and submit requests directly from most electronic medical record systems for physicians in the community.

Therefore, Montfort encourages you to take advantage of this free platform that greatly simplifies and streamlines the process of managing test requests.

Requests received via Ocean will always be clearer and more complete, and allow for more effective and efficient communication with providers and patients.

For more information or assistance with the Ocean integration process, email or visit their website by clicking here.

Hôpital Montfort

This service at the Aline-Chrétien Health Hub is offered by Hôpital Montfort.

This service requires a medical referral.



Icône carrefour orange

Wing I, Room 1I401

Monday to Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Phone: 613-748-4907
Fax: 613-748-4951