Wyndham Private Medical Centre, 242 Hoppers Ln, Werribee VIC 3030, Australia
242 Hoppers Lane Werribee VI
(03) 8734 3000
Monday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
About the business
Welcome to MIA Radiology - part of the I-MED Radiology Network
MIA Radiology is part of I-MED Radiology, Australia’s leading diagnostic imaging network. MIA services patients and practitioners throughout Melbourne.
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Recent Google Reviews
Lauren Ratcliffe said 2 years ago
Saw Mark today for obstetric ultrasound. Very happy after appointment. Answered all my questions. Very patient and kind. Highly recommended.
Brade Hair said 3 years ago
I have had several scans and x-rays done there since it opened and have always found them to be polite and one or the more timely medical centers I have been to.
Mohammad Reza Fallahpour said 3 years ago
I had a CT scan here. It was perfectly done. Nice staff and quick response.
Jarrod Revell said 4 years ago
Went there for my wifes 20 week pregnancy scan,we asked for a dvd of the scan but she said the room we were in didn't have a recorder but after the scan we can go in the other room and have a quick scan for the dvd but wen the scan finished she said sorry they are to far behind today so we didn't get a dvd, we wanted to know the gender of the baby she said "looks like a girl to me "but she didn't sound to confident so i asked...so is it a girl...she said yeah but cant be 100 percent tho . We left with no dvd and feeling very unsure of our babys gender so we will book somewhere else for another scan to find out the gender.To top it of we got stuck in the paid carpark for half an hour with 50 other ppl the boom gate wouldent open ....!!!!!
Vinny Kushwaha said 4 years ago
nothing wrong with the radiology, its the paid car park thieves wanted me to pay 15 dollars for 40 mins just because ticket was playing up and there were several others who were stuck at the exit, its a joke so beware.!!!.
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