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Welcome to Vision XRAY Group

Thank you for choosing Vision XRAY Group for your medical imaging service or procedure. You’re in safe, caring and expert hands.

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Everything we do is centred around you

Discover Our Story

Founded in 2002, Vision XRAY is a progressive, independent, radiologist-owned medical imaging group dedicated to providing compassionate care and expert services centred around you.

We understand that your medical imaging is a vital part of your health journey. Throughout your experience with us, we guide and support you, providing the transparency, information, comfort, attentiveness and reassurance you need before, during and after your medical imaging appointment.


Trusted expertise

Our specialist doctors, technicians and receptionists are a caring and compassionate team. Over the years, we’ve built a leading reputation for our patient care, diagnostic and procedural skills, and collaboration with our referrers.

Meet Our Doctors

Nine convenient medical imaging locations

Vision XRAY Group services and procedures are available in nine convenient locations across Sydney CBD, Northern Beaches, Revesby, Bowral, Dapto, Wollongong and Nowra. Simply click the link below for details about your local practice, including services offered, contact details, directions and opening hours.

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Comprehensive services and procedures

Our locations offer an extensive range of medical imaging services and interventional procedures.

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Book An Appointment

Simply complete our booking form, and our team will get in touch to confirm your appointment. We will always arrange your appointment as soon as it can be done and to best fit your needs.

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Before your test

Before your test, you must tell our staff if you:

  • are pregnant, or if there is any chance you may be pregnant.
  • have ever had a reaction to a previous injection of contrast media
  • are allergic to any prescribed medication suffer from asthma, glaucoma or kidney disease
  • are living with diabetes
  • are on Warfarin.


Do I need to make an appointment?

If you need a general x-ray, no appointment is necessary. However, you’ll need to make an appointment for all other medical imaging tests or procedures. You can book by calling your local Vision XRAY Group practice or completing the online booking form.

Do I need a referral for my appointment?

Yes, all appointments require a referral. This is because your referrer will provide relevant clinical details on your referral, including signs, symptoms and the location of the area we’ll be testing.

The referral will also flag any conditions our doctors need to know. When detailed in a referral form, this information helps our doctors focus on your test. It also assists with our interpretation of your results. For more information about referrals, we recommend reading this article by NPS Medicinewise.

Do I need to prepare for my test or procedure?

When you make an appointment for a medical imaging test or procedure, our friendly staff will explain any preparation required. We also recommend visiting our SERVICE section. Each service features a patient guide covering how to prepare and what to expect during your appointment. We also recommend browsing our BLOG, which has helpful information from our expert team.

What do I need to bring to my medical imaging appointment?

Please bring the following to your appointment:

  • referral
  • previous films
  • if asthmatic or diabetic, please bring your asthmatic medication and a list of your diabetic medications.
I’m worried about the impact of radiation on my health

There’s no need to be concerned about radiation. We care about your health and the health of our expert team. That’s why our ethos is to deliver the highest quality images with the lowest radiation dose possible. Please visit our ABOUT page, where you’ll find our low-dose radiation commitment statement. For more information, we recommend reading our blogs, Is X-ray Technology Safe? and Managing Radiation in Radiology.

How do I get my results?

Your results will be securely transmitted to your referrer. If needed more urgently, we can give you the results, and our Doctors can contact your referrer directly to discuss the results.

Are my medical information and results safe?

Our integrated Radiology Information System and PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) securely store all information and images about your test. They are available online to your referrer, enabling them to get your results in real-time. Keeping them securely online also allows your referrer to access them in the future. For more information, please visit our PRIVACY POLICY page.

What are your billing policies, and how do I pay?

Please visit our BILLING POLICIES page for information about private billing, bulk billing, workers compensation/insurance claims and more. We accept all major credit and debit cards (except Amex) and cash payments. Please note: Vision XRAY Group does not accept personal cheques. If you have any questions, our friendly team are always happy to help!


Read our articles and FAQs

We’re delighted to provide updates on the latest medical imaging technology and answer your most frequently asked questions about our services.

Radiology is a diverse and complex discipline, one that can be challenging, and one that is advancing rapidly.

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If your GP thinks you are at risk of poor bone health or carrying a high amount of visceral fat, you may be referred for a DEXA scan.

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The Australian Breast Centre is a caring, convenient one-stop service for women who need investigation of breast symptoms. Consultation and imaging is done at the same session.

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Transparency. Communication. Comfort. While some radiology practices may minimise these aspects, at Vision XRAY, they are a crucial part of our operation.

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An MRI is a safe and non-invasive procedure, and it is one of the most common radiological tests we perform at Vision XRAY.

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Do you experience medical anxiety? Whether it’s a routine checkup or a more extensive test, many people report feeling nervous and stressed prior to an appointment with a medical professional.

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