Nuclear Medicine is a type of diagnostic imaging that uses radioactive isotopes, cameras and computers to view the body. Images are produced through the detection of energy emitted from the radioactive substances given to the patient. Different radioactive isotopes are absorbed differently by various parts of the body allowing doctors to isolate specific organs and bodily functions.  

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East Kootenay Regional Hospital
Nuclear Medicine
East Kootenay Regional Hospital

13 - 24th Avenue N
Cranbrook BC V1C 3H9

250-426-5281(main switchboard)
KGH Front Entrance
Nuclear Medicine
Kelowna General Hospital

2268 Pandosy Street
Kelowna BC V1Y 1T2

250-862-4000(main switchboard)
Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital.
Nuclear Medicine
Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

1200 Hospital Bench
Trail BC V1R 4M1

250-368-3311(main switchboard)
Penticton Mental Health & Substance Use
Nuclear Medicine
Penticton Regional Hospital

550 Carmi Avenue
Penticton BC V2A 3G6

250-492-4000(main switchboard)
Royal Inland Hospital.
Nuclear Medicine
Royal Inland Hospital

311 Columbia Street
Kamloops BC V2C 2T1

250-374-5111(main switchboard)
Vernon Jubilee Hospital
Nuclear Medicine
Vernon Jubilee Hospital

2101 - 32nd Street
Vernon BC V1T 5L2

250-545-2211(main switchboard)

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