Medical Imaging Erina is committed to providing the best interventional & diagnostic radiology in the area. We respect the community, our referring practitioners and particularly our patients. We exercise our profession with the utmost integrity – the safety and health of our patients and staff is our top priority at all times.
As COVID-19 continues to affect our communities, our team is implementing additional measures to ensure the wellbeing of our patients and staff. Please ensure that you observe the government regulations and our clinic guidelines to assist us in keeping you and our communities safe.
Before Entering Our Premises
Are you feeling unwell or have you recently developed a fever, cough, breathing difficulties?
If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough, a sore throat or respiratory symptoms or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for or is suspected of contracting Coronavirus – Please do not attend Medical Imaging Erina without calling a member of our team first.
For medically urgent matters please attend the nearest hospital or dial 000.
All individuals entering our clinics must check in using the Service NSW QR code or manually register with our staff, as per NSW Government policy.
Face masks are a mandatory requirement for entry to our premises, consistent with NSW Government guidelines.
Exemptions can only be approved by our clinical risk management team even if you have an exemption letter.
All exemption requests must be submitted in writing to the clinical risk management team via the contact details below. Exemption requests should include the following documentation:
Please allow adequate time for our team to assess your request. You will be notified if your request has been approved.
Medical Imaging Erina prioritises the safety of our patients and staff. We have implemented several measures across all our practices to minimise potential hazards and exposure, including:
Harassing/threatening behaviour will not be tolerated. All Medical Imaging Erina staff members are considered front-line health workers and are entitled to work in a safe environment and be treated with respect.