X-Ray, Ultrasound, Mammography, Bone Density

VPM Imaging is a state of the art medical imaging clinic providing the following diagnostic imaging services: X-Rays, Ultrasounds, Mammography and Bone Mineral Density.





Breast Imaging


We makes medication management easy through our convenient onsite pharmacy.

5000+ OHIP-covered healthcare services provided to our patients in 2021

Why Choose VPM

  • 10+ years of experience in Ultrasound and X-Ray
  • Experienced team of Radiologists and Technologists
  • Reports are sent to your doctor within 72 hours
  • Urgent reports are sent within 24 hours
  • Open 6 days a week

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VPM Imaging is a top class diagnostic services located in a comfortable and convenient community setting, in the heart of the GTA. We are easily accessible by public transit. Whether you are a patient who resides, or works in the area, or are a medical professional in search for a reliable diagnostic imaging facility. We welcome your appointments and referrals. Our staff and technologists are highly trained and devoted to nothing but excellence.

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Internal Medicine


We accept requisitions from all doctors in Ontario. Reports are sent to your doctor in 24 hours. Urgent reporting is within the same day of exam. Exceptional quality of ultrasound scans.
Our technologists and radiologists have over 25 years of experience serving the Greater Toronto Area. Serving Toronto, Scarborough, Markham, Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Mississauga, Brampton and Milton. We do all types of ultrasounds including general, musculoskeletal, and obstetrical, and specialize in chiropractic and immigration x-rays.


VPM Imaging provides a patient-centric, quality care level of medical imaging services to help referring physicians deliver the best possible treatment and patient care.

Our radiologists pride themselves on providing responsive service to our referring physicians. Reports are generated as soon as images are read. All reports are available 24/7 to our referring physicians via HRM and through our facility portal. We accept requisitions provided by any Ontario healthcare provider.

Yes, you will need a requisition from your doctor or nurse practitioner for all examinations.

If you have time to prepare before the exam, we ask that you shower, refrain from wearing scented products (due to patients and employees with allergies) and wear clothing that is easily removed if necessary. T-shirts with no heavy appliqué and elastic waist pants or shorts are ideal and in many cases these can be x-rayed through. You may be asked to remove items that may interfere with the exam such as earrings, necklaces, glasses, dentures (upper spine), belly button rings (lower spine), nylons, tensor bandages, and splints (unless otherwise advised by your doctor). It is recommended that you leave valuables at home as the clinics do not have a secure location to store these items.

You should not have an x-ray during the first trimester of your pregnancy. If your doctor approves an x-ray during your pregnancy this will be indicated on your requisition and lead shielding can be applied to your abdominal region.

We request that you do not bring children with you to your exam. To prevent exposure to the radiation they cannot enter the x-ray rooms with you. Because our staff needs to focus on other patients they are not able to supervise children in the waiting room. Please arrange to leave the children at home or to bring another adult to watch them in the waiting room.

General exams can range from 10 minutes in length (finger) to 45 minutes (complete spine or skeletal survey).

Our technologists are registered and are specially trained to perform your exam, but only radiologists are qualified to interpret your results. For this reason, our technologists cannot discuss what they see with you.

You have the option to purchase a CD of your images. Please ask the receptionist about the fee and processing time for this service.

Your results are reviewed first by the radiologist and the report is usually faxed to your doctor by the end of the day. Urgent results will be phoned or faxed to your doctor as soon as possible. Your doctor also has the option to view your results online.

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