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Medvue offers private ultrasound services that allows you to get an appointment faster and get results quickly.

Learn more about ultrasound

Ultrasound available quickly? Yes, it’s true!

Your doctor prescribed an ultrasound and you would like an appointment? Medvue offers private ultrasound services that allow you to get an appointment faster and get results. Our clinics are located in Montreal, Laval, Brossard, Boisbriand and Sherbrooke.

What is an ultrasound?

Ultrasound is a medical imaging technology. Due to its simplicity and safety, it is often the preferred test to make a diagnosis.

An ultrasound beam is used to create diagnostic images of various soft tissues such as those of the breast, liver, uterus and kidneys. A gel is applied to the skin and a probe is moved over the region to be examined.

An ultrasound uses high-frequency sound, therefore it does not have the risks associated to x-rays (a different technique). Ultrasounds have no known side effects.

Types of ultrasounds offered

Ultrasounds offered at the following clinics:

Medvue Anjou

7999, Galeries d'Anjou Blvd, #K001A, Door 7 Montreal (Quebec) H1M 1W9

Medvue Boisbriand

2000 Le Corbusier Cr Suite 104 Boisbriand (Quebec) J7G 3E8

Medvue Brossard

4105, Matte Blvd, Door F Brossard (Quebec) J4Y 2P4

Medvue Carrefour

3030, Le Carrefour Blvd #503 Laval (Quebec) H7T 2P5

Medvue Sherbrooke

1000, Lionel Groulx Street, #102 Sherbrooke, QC J1L 0H5

Price list

Covered by most private insurance

Medvue offers private radiology services. The cost of our MRI scans is not covered by the provincial medical plan (RAMQ), and must be paid for by the individual or company arranging for the exam. It is the patient’s responsibility to verify if their examination is covered by their insurance.

Refund possible with:

  • Private insurance policies
  • Group Benefit Programs
  • Medical tax credits (CRA at 1 800 959-8281)

How can you get an ultrasound?

A prescription is required to make an appointment.

Our representatives will be pleased to help you choose the best time for your appointment.

To make an appointment, make sure to have your prescription on hand.

Ultrasounds are considered radiology tests, so a prescription is necessary.