Our team working with you, for you.
We take a collaborative and client focused approach to all of our examinations, promising that you get the best care available.
Every patient is unique, which is why we strive to ensure that your doctor receives your diagnostic report within 24 hours. Upon your physician receiving your report, we will work with them so that if follow-up imaging is required it can be done promptly.
Our professionalism and expertise, matched with our commitment to the advancement of medical imaging is what makes us the first choice for both public and private healthcare patients.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)An MRI is an advanced, non-invasive imaging tool for creating high-resolution diagnostic images of the body.
Diagnostic UltrasoundUltrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to acquire diagnostic images of specific areas of the body to evaluate anatomy and assess function.
MammographyMammography is an essential screening and diagnostic tool for breast health. A mammogram uses x-ray technology to generate a detailed image of breast tissues.
Pain ManagementPain management therapy includes procedures to assess and control pain from various pain generators in the body.
Private-Pay Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)An MRI is an advanced, non-invasive imaging tool for creating high-resolution diagnostic images of the body.
Prenatal UltrasoundUltrasound is used in pregnancy to determine the age, growth, and well-being of the baby.
Ultrasound-Guided BiopsyUsing local anesthetic and ultrasound guidance, a biopsy takes a tissue sample from the breast or prostate. The sample is then sent to the lab for diagnostic testing.
X-RayX-ray is a common form of medical imaging that uses a small amount of radiation to assist in diagnosing and monitoring a range of medical conditions.
Nuclear MedicineA trace amount of radioactive material is injected into the body and is detected by a gamma camera, which is used to provide very precise pictures of the area being imaged.
EchocardiographyAn echocardiogram uses ultrasound to evaluate the heart muscle, valves and function.
Bone Mineral Densitometry (BMD)A Bone Mineral Densitometry (BMD) test is a form of low energy x-ray technology used to identify possible bone loss or diagnose Osteoporosis.
Public & Private Health Care
CAMIS offers both public and private healthcare. Almost all of our services are publicly funded, requiring a physician’s referral.
Our private, paid services include MRI scans, which also require a referral from a doctor, and our Platelet-rich Plasma treatment, which can be accessed without a referral.
If you wish to know more about our public or private services, please email email@example.com.
Accessible for everyone
Our clinics are modern, clean, and highly regarded, with our Red Deer practice being the most respected, full-service diagnostic imaging clinic in the Central Alberta area.
All CAMIS facilities are easily accessible and with free parking, we are able to provide you with a comfortable, worry-free experience while at any of our locations.Book Appointment
Central Alberta Proud
We see many Central Alberta faces come through our doors on a daily basis and while we are committed to their health and well-being while at CAMIS, we’re also interested in their health and well-being outside of our clinic.
We endeavour to take care of all of Central Alberta by providing trust and support to our local community. As we put our support behind the many great charities, businesses, and events already running in Central Alberta we believe we can positively impact the health and well-being of our local communities.
Supporting Future Sonographers through Scholarship Funding
2020 SAIT winner
Emily Neville from Elnora: winner of the CAMIS 2020 Ultrasound Entrance Scholarship at SAIT.
We wish to thank all the SAIT 1st year DMS students that applied for this scholarship.
2020 NAIT winner
Melissa Manon-Willms from Red Deer: winner of the CAMIS 2020 Ultrasound Entrance Scholarship at NAIT.
We wish to thank all the NAIT 1st year DMS students that applied for this scholarship.