At our facility, we have a 16-slice CT scan, which is one of the most complete CT scan images you can have performed for a patient. A CT scan, or a computed tomography scan, works like many other types of diagnostic imaging. It takes highly-concentrated x-rays around the patient’s body which take the slices, or images. A CT scan uses a large, tubular x-ray that stays in place as the patient is moved through the center of it.

 

The large tube that the patient goes through is also called the gantry, which is what rotates and takes the images inside their body.

These highly-concentrated x-ray images that the gantry takes can be placed on top of each other to form a more detailed image or slice. Taking 16 cross-sectional photos and placing them on top of one another. This not only creates an accurate image of the patient’s organs, tissues, or bones.

Patients are dropped off during the day and anaesthetized for the procedure. The scan is painless.

NOTICE: REDUCED HOURS (TEMPORARY )

We are so sad to say that we will have some upcoming closures on some nights/evenings for veterinary services in March. We will keep you as up-to-date as possible if anything changes with the schedule.
 

For the month of March our clinic will be open 24 hours with the exception of these dates

March 4th: 7am - 12am
March 5th: 7am - 12am
March 7th: 7am - 12am


 

If your pet needs urgent care during the hours we are not providing veterinary services please contact Fish Creek Pet Hospital at 403-873-1700 or go straight there at 15311 Bannister Rd SE, Calgary.

Whether you are having a veterinary emergency in Calgary, Okotoks or Foothills area we are here for you, anytime.

Open 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
 

403-995-3270

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LOCATION

Physical address
322233 15th Street East

Okotoks, AB  T1S1A6

Mailing address
Site 11, Box 25, RR 2, Okotoks, AB  T1S1A2

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