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Important: MGH construction affects patients with medical imaging appointments

A major construction project to modernize the Nuclear Medicine Department at the Montreal General Hospital is advancing on schedule. 

As of May 30, 2022, the main corridor in the Radiology Department leading to the CT Scan and MRI Services (D5) will be closed. This closure will have an impact on patients with medical imaging appointments. A detour will be in place for all patients (inpatients and outpatients) for the duration of the project.    

The MUHC has taken steps to minimize inconveniences

Access will be via the new non-invasive cardiology service. Signage will clearly indicate the new route and staff in the radiology reception area will help redirect patients. In addition, the volunteer department will assist with patient flow.   

PET Services relocated to Glen site

The corridor closure is the latest phase in the ongoing renovation project to the diagnostic services area on the D5 floor at the MGH (Radiology and Nuclear Medicine/Positron Emission Tomography). To maintain accessibility, the Nuclear Medicine and PET departments have been temporarily relocated to the Glen site.

Glen site

1001 boul Décarie 

Montreal QC H4A 3J1 

 

To reach the PET and Nuclear Medicine services:

 

Outpatient PET Service (Reception room number C02 8239) 

Patients can make an appointment by calling: 514 934-1934 extension 37259

(Monday – Friday between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.)

Requisitions should be sent as usual via fax 514-843-1549.

 

Outpatient Nuclear Medicine (Reception room number C02 8711) 

Patients can make an appointment by calling: 514 934-4434

Choose Option 1 to make an appointment. 

Then select Option 4 for nuclear medicine and bone density appointments.

And then select Option 1 for nuclear medicine appointments.

 

Specific information regarding how patients should prepare for their appointment will be provided during the telephone call. 

The construction work is expected to be completed in the winter of 2023.   

 

We thank you for your understanding.