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History of the medical imaging center

1973

The CLM (Charles-LeMoyne) radiology clinic is founded in Greenfield Park by the group of radiologists at the Charles-LeMoyne Hospital. At that time, it was the first and only radiology clinic on the South Shore of Montreal.

1976

The group of radiologists opens a second clinic in downtown Saint-Lambert. This clinic has no less than 6 radiology rooms, including a mammography centre.

1988

The CLM radiology clinic moves to Greenfield Park to new premises near the Charles-LeMoyne Hospital. Since then, it has continued to grow.

1989

Radiologie CLM opens the first private ultrasound centre in Montreal and Montérégie.

1999

The CLM radiology clinic decides to embrace cutting-edge technology and founds RésoScan Inc., with which it becomes associated. It changes its company name to become the RésoScan CLM Medical Imaging Centre.

2000

Résoscan CLM inaugurates the first magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) service in Montérégie and the first clinical CT scan service in this region. RésoScan CLM also becomes one of the first centres to acquire a PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) system for the viewing and digital archiving of medical images.

2004

RésoScan CLM acquires the first clinical digital fluoroscopy system in Montérégie.

2005

Given the wide variety of ultrasound examinations offered and the growing demand, RésoScan CLM acquires a second high-end digital ultrasound system (Philips iU22).

February
2005

RésoScan CLM inaugurates one of the first positron emission tomography (PET/CT) services in Canada, combined with a 16-detector computerized tomography (CT) system and one of the first virtual colonoscopy services in Quebec.

2008

RésoScan CLM launches its website.

January
2008

To meet demand and remain on the cutting edge of technology, RésoScan CLM installs a second high-end MRI system (Siemens Avanto 1.5T).

June
2008

RésoScan CLM launches its website.RésoScan CLM takes a definite turn towards digital technology and acquires a Siemens Aristos system – the latest in direct digital radiography (DR) – and a new digital picture archiving and communication system (PACS).

February
2009

RésoScan CLM acquires a dedicated coil for magnetic resonance imaging of the breast.

March
2010

Referring physicians are given remote access to reports and images via our website.

January
2011

Referring physicians are given remote access to reports and images via our website.RésoScan CLM acquires the latest high-tech ultrasound system, the Toshiba AplioXG(to replace its Philips 5000 system).

February
2011

RésoScan CLM digitizes mammography by purchasing of a Hologic Selenia Dimensions 2D system.

August
2011

RésoScan CLM acquires a high-end wide-bore 1.5T magnetic resonance system (accommodates claustrophobic or bariatric patients) to replace its 1T magnetic resonance system.

October
2011

The dental imaging department acquires a low-dose i-CAT CT scanner for dental implants.

April
2013

RésoScan CLM acquires an ultrasound system with the latest-technology, the Toshiba Aplio500.

November
2015

ResoScan CLM acquires a second ultrasound system Toshiba Aplio500.

 

June
2019

Acquisition of a Premium Audio system for MRI exam. The hearing protection is improved and it's a more pleasant sound experience for the patients.

September
2019

Replacing the digital X-ray machine with the Siemens Luminosity.

November
2019

Acquisition of a 4th ultrasound machine. The Aplio A450 is of the latest generation and allows high quality musculoskeletal ultrasound scans and acquisition of the Philips Affiniti70 ultrasound unit dedicated to cardiac ultrasound.

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