Excellence in radiology services

State of the Art Technology

At Auckland Radiology Group our wide range of imaging services are designed to make your experience as stress-free as possible. We are constantly updating equipment as new technologies are developed, so you can be confident that your results are the best available, anywhere in Auckland. Our staff will make sure you understand your procedures, so that you feel reassured and comfortable throughout your visit.

Auckland Radiology has a wide range of imaging equipment across Auckland. You can read more about these procedures and the locations which offer them.

  • MRI

    Our Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machines are constantly updated and maintained, and our team is highly experienced. Our technologists are skilled in performing all MRI scans and we have highly trained subspecialist radiologists in all areas to provide reports on your scans. This means you can be confident that your scan results are the best they can be.

    For more information on specific MRI scans please click here.

    MRI Scanners can be found in two of our branches: Remuera and Northern Clinic.

  • CT

    With our new 128 and 64-slice CT scanners, you get faster scans, better image quality and a lower radiation exposure. CT scans are used to obtain images of the brain, head and neck, chest and abdomen, spine and joints, as well as specialised virtual imaging scans of the heart (calcium score and CT coronary angiogram) and bowel (CT Colonography).

    Gemstone Spectral Imaging is now available; allowing optimal lesion detection and characterisation for oncology imaging, Mertal Artifact Reduction, and Material Decomposition for renal stone characterisation, gout and chondrocalcinosis assessment.

    For more information on specific CT scans please click here.

  • Scintigraphy

    Scintigraphy or 'nuclear medicine' allows for physiological functions in various parts of the body to be examined, efficiently, reliably and without pain. It is most commonly used for examinations of the bones, thyroid and kidneys.

    For more information on scintigraphy scans please click here.

  • Ultrasound

    Ultrasound imaging uses high frequency sound waves which reflect off different tissues in the body. These are then recorded and displayed as real time images on screen. Our skilled sonographers and radiologists use ultrasound for obstetric, abdominal and pelvic, musculoskeletal, head and neck, and paediatric scanning. Ultrasound is also widely used for interventional procedures such as biopsies. No radiation is involved in ultrasound imaging, making it safe for children and pregnancies.

    For more information on specific ultrasound scans and procedures please click here.

  • Obstetric Ultrasound

    The full range of obstetric/pregnancy scans is available at Auckland Radiology Group branches across the region. Your scan will be performed by a skilled sonographer, who is allocated sufficient time to conduct the scan, and is then reported on by one of our radiologists.

  • Mammography

    Mammography is a simple and safe x-ray examination of the breast to screen for early signs of breast cancer. ARG has the latest in digital mammography and skilled and caring radiographers to perform the mammogram. Our expert radiologists are then on hand to interpret the images and liaise with your referring doctor.

    For more information on mammography scans please click here.

  • DEXA/Bone densitometry

    Bone density tests are the most practical way to accurately measure the density of your bones. The examination estimates the amount of bone mineral content in specific areas of your body, including the spine and the hip. When bone density tests are repeated over time, they can help your doctor track your rate of bone loss. Bone densitometry is available at our rooms in Parnell, Henderson and Howick.

  • Fluoroscopy

    Our fluoroscopy equipment combines traditional fluoroscopic examinations such as barium meals and barium swallows, with more specialised procedures such as micturating cystourethrograms (MCU) in infants and Hysterosalpingography. Automatic exposure systems allow fluoroscopic procedures to be performed more rapidly and more accurately than with traditional equipment. Patient comfort is improved and the need for repeat examinations eliminated.

  • XRay

    ARG is at the forefront of utilisation of modern developments in radiography, with state of the art DR systems in service at our large branches in Remuera and Northern Clinic, as well as advanced DR and CR systems at all other branches. This technology allows immediate generation of a digital image, analogous to use of modern digital photographic cameras, resulting in many advantages.

  • Hysterosalpingograms

    A HSG is a simple xray examination of the uterus and Fallopian tubes, and may form part on an assessment for fertility problems. It involves an internal examination. It is similar to a smear test. Sometimes we use a small tube or catheter that we will place in the cervix or uterus. This test is available at our Royal Oak branch, and further information about the procedure or bookings can be made by phoning 09 624 2023.

  • Interventional Radiology

    Using modern imaging techniques, radiologists are able to perform a range of procedures under local anaesthesia, without the need for surgical incisions or general anaesthesia. Thus Interventional Radiology can in many situations replace more invasive and costly procedures with ones that are quicker, safer and cheaper to perform, usually without any overnight hospital stay.

    For more information on specific interventional procedures please click here.