Mammography services use low-energy x-rays procedures to examine the breast for screening and diagnostic purposes.

How to access

  • Get a referral

    Have your physician complete the Medical Imaging requisition form.

  • Languages

    By appointment only.  The department will contact patients to book the appointment.  Bring your completed Medical Imaging requisition form and BC Services Card.

    Call (604) 485-3282 option 3 to change or cancel an appointment.

Hours of operation

Currently closed
  • Monday:   8:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Tuesday:   8:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Wednesday:   8:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Thursday:   8:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Friday:   8:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Saturday:   Closed
  • Sunday:   Closed

Parking & transportation

Free parking is available. 

Getting here by ferry

qathet General Hospital is two ferry rides away from the City of Vancouver. Take the Langdale ferry from the Horseshoe Bay Terminal. Ferry schedules can be found at: http://bcferries.com. Drive up the Sunshine Coast along Hwy 101 from Langdale to Earl's Cove.  ake the Saltery Bay ferry from Earl's Cove.

From the Saltery Bay ferry terminal, travel along Hwy 101 for approximately 20 km until you reach a "Welcome to Powell River" sign.  Continue inside the city limits until you reach a street with a right-hand lane and a store/gas station called Pacific Point Market.  At the corner on your right, turn right.  You are now on Joyce Avenue.  Follow Joyce Avenue through four sets of stoplights.  Approximately 1 km past the fourth light, you will approach the hospital on the right.

Getting here by air

Contact Pacific Coastal Airlines by e-mail at www.pacific-coastal.com or by telephone at 1-800-663-2872 for schedules of flights from Vancouver.

qathet General Hospital

qathet General Hospital (formerly Powell River General Hospital) is a 33-bed facility providing services that include surgery, endoscopy, ICU, obstetrics, in-patient psychiatry, oncology, emergency and diagnostic services.

Mammography - Screening

Mammography services use low-energy x-rays procedures to examine the breast for screening and diagnostic purposes.