Diagnostic Imaging Services is responsible for performing a wide variety of specialty imaging exams to aid physicians in the detection, diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Diagnostic tests are provided in the following areas: Cat Scan General Radiology Fluoroscopy General Ultrasound Echocardiography Vascular Ultrasound Mammography Bone Mineral Density Stress testing Electrocardiogram The department is linked in partnership with Sudbury as a certified Ontario Breast Screening Site. Full services are provided 8:00 am – 3:30 pm daily Monday to Friday. On-call services are available after hours and on weekends.
MyPocketHealth at Temiskaming Hospital
As of June 28th 2021 - the Temiskaming Hospital, and its NEHSA Partner sites, will be offering an online platform for patients to access their Diagnostic Imaging studies and reports through a partnership with Pocket Health.
Once enrolled, patients will have the ability to view and share their Diagnostic Imaging Records.
How does a patient sign up?
Patients may enroll themselves ONLINE at: https://www.pocket.health/en-US/TEMISKAMING
Once enrolled, the patient receives an access email with a secure link to their imaging history from Temiskaming Hospital. (And other hospitals forming the NEHSA group)
The cost to the patient is $5.00 per transfer
A transfer includes all available imaging records at the time of the initial registration plus an additional 14 days grace period for imaging studies performed after the registration date. Imaging performed after the grace period ends will automatically be added to a patient’s Pocket Health account with the option to purchase another transfer.
What can a patient do with their Pocket health account?
- View their Imaging files (images and reports)
- Download their imaging studies
- Share their imaging files with any healthcare professional’s email address
- Burn a CD/USB with a diagnostic viewer for their physician
- Electronically request their imaging files from other imaging clinics and hospitals across Canada.
What does the patient side of the platform look like?
A video walk-through of the patient-facing part of the platform: https://youtu.be/aJoEarR3x_A
Patient’s experiencing technical Issues should contact PocketHealth Support: