A community based MRI, X-ray, and Ultrasound clinic licensed by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

About Us2024-03-28T18:50:06+00:00

Kingston MRI and KMI X-Ray & Ultrasound

KMI X-ray and Ultrasound reception area

Kingston Medical Imaging is a community based clinic licensed by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

Our goal is to ensure that patients receive safe, high quality MRI, Digital X-ray and Ultrasound examinations. Kingston Medical Imaging is a provider of timely, high quality diagnostic imaging and interpretation services serving Kingston and the surrounding area. KMI is licensed by the Ministry of Health and LongTerm Care.

  • MRI: Utilizing powerful magnets and radio waves, MRI provides detailed images of internal structures, aiding in diagnosis.

  • Ultrasound: Using high-frequency sound waves, ultrasound generates real-time images, making it invaluable for examining organs, tissues, blood flow, and guiding procedures like biopsies or injections.
  • X-rays: Our efficient X-ray service employs electromagnetic radiation to capture images, aiding in the detection of a range of medical issues.

We have performed MRI scans on over 12,000 patients in the last year and over 200,000 OHIP funded patients since opening in 2003.

We offer examinations that cover Neuro, Body and Musculo-skeletal cases. We provide 110 hours per week of OHIP-insured MRI services. MRI services to non OHIP-insured patients (e.g. Workers Safety and Insurance Board, Canadian Armed Forces, funded research studies, etc.) are provided outside of the core hours. All MRI services require referral from a physician licensed by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO). Kingston MRI is operated by the local Kingston Radiologists and has state-of-the-art technology. Our goal is to provide patients with the highest quality of MRI service, increased access and decreased waiting times. We are located at 776 Blackburn Mews, Kingston.

MRI, KMI, X-ray & Ultrasound Radiologists

Kingston MRI is a community based MRI clinic licensed by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.


Over 12,000 patients last year


Licensed by Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Mri scanning room

All MRI studies are interpreted by the same Radiologists providing MRI interpretation to Kingston Health Sciences Centre (General Hospital, Hotel Dieu Hospital, Imaging Kingston), Kingston Regional Cancer Center, Providence Continuing Care Centre, and the Ontario Screening Program.

These Radiologists hold academic appointments at Queen’s University’s Faculty of Health Sciences, where they are involved in medical research and training of future Radiologists and other health care professionals. The same group of Radiologists also operates KMI X-Ray and Ultrasound in two Kingston locations: 836 John Marks Avenue and 776 Blackburn Mews East.


MRI utilizes powerful magnets and radio waves to generate detailed images of internal structures.


X-rays use electromagnetic radiation to create images of internal structures, assisting in the diagnosis of various medical conditions.


Harnessing the Power of Sound Waves: Providing Clear Imaging and Precise Diagnoses for Your Health Needs.

Kingston Medical Imaging has established a Quality Advisory Committee to continuously monitor quality control and quality assurance programs. This includes patient safety and satisfaction surveys, referring physician satisfaction questionnaires, and inspections by an MRI physicist to check the performance of the MRI unit. To receive a scan at Kingston MRI, patients must be referred by a physician certified with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO).

Our KMI Team

KMI X-ray & Ultrasound Radiologists have specialized training in many facets of radiology, allowing us the flexibility and advantage of access to a broad range of knowledge. They are involved in teaching and research through their association with the tertiary care hospitals of Queens University. Our Radiologists are dedicated to providing timely and accurate Interpretation.

Our Radiologists

  • Dr. Chris Abraham, FRCPC (Musculoskeletal, Spine)
  • Dr. Jonathan Butler, FRCPC (Neuroradiology: Brain, Spine, Neck; Musculoskeletal )
  • Dr. Frank Cheeseman, FRCPC (Nuclear Medicine)
  • Dr. Andrew Chung, FRCPC (Body)
  • Dr. Dominique DaBreo, FRCPC (Cardiothoracic)
  • Dr. Rob Dhillon, FRCPC (Cardiothoracic)
  • Dr. Hassan Douis (Musculoskeletal)

  • Dr. Paul Fenton, FRCPC (Musculoskeletal)
  • Dr. Andrea Gallo (Women’s Imaging Specialist)

  • Dr. Maera Haider (Body)

  • Dr. Omar Islam, FRCPC (Neuroradiology: Brain, Spine, Neck )
  • Dr. Doris Jabs, FRCPC (Women’s Imaging Specialist)

  • Dr. Ben Kwan, FRCPC (Neuroradiology: Brain, Spine, Neck )
  • Dr. Alexandre Menard, FRCPC (Body: Abdomen and Pelvis; Interventional)

  • Dr. Andres Moreno De Luca (Neuroradiology: Brain, Spine, Neck )

  • Dr. Ben Mussari, FRCPC (Body: Abdomen and Pelvis; Inteventional)

  • Dr. Umer Nasir (Musculoskeletal)

  • Dr. Reza Nasirzadeh, FRCPC (Body: Abdomen and Pelvis; Interventional)

  • Dr. Johanna Ortiz (Neuroradiology: Brain, Spine, Neck )

  • Dr. Marina Pourafkari (Cardiothoracic)

  • Dr. John Ricketts, FRCPC (Body: Abdomen and Pelvis)
  • Dr. Danielle Rumbolt (Women’s Imaging Specialist)

  • Dr. Eric Sauerbrei (Women’s Imaging Specialist)

  • Dr. Charles Scott (Body)

  • Dr. Ian Silver (Neuro)

  • Dr. Donald Soboleski (Pediatric)

  • Dr. Emidio Tarulli (Body and Interventional)

  • Dr. Donatella Tampieri (Neuro)

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can refer me?2023-09-21T18:03:50+00:00

Depending on the exam ordered, your GP, Specialist, Nurse Practitioner, Maxillo-Facial Surgeon and/or Chiropractor can send us referrals.

How do I book an appointment?2023-06-26T01:30:04+00:00
  1. Call us: Simply give us a call and our friendly staff will assist you in scheduling an appointment. They will guide you through the process, answer any questions you may have, and find a suitable date and time for your imaging procedure.
  2. Use our contact form: Alternatively, you can visit the “Contact” section on our website and fill out the contact form. Provide your name, contact information, preferred appointment date, and any additional details. Once we receive your submission, our team will get in touch with you promptly to finalize the appointment.
Will I have to pay for my scan?2023-06-26T01:29:46+00:00

If you have Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) coverage, you can receive MRI scans at no cost providing we receive a requisition signed by an Ontario physician certified with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO). 

MRI scans paid by third party payers (insurance companies, WSIB, Canadian Military) will also be at no cost to patients. However pre-approval from third party payer is required before the MRI scan is scheduled. 

Non-Ontario residents with a requisition signed by an Ontario physician should call the office for clarification.

How long will it take for my doctor to obtain a report?2023-06-26T01:29:20+00:00

Written reports are faxed or mailed to your doctor generally within approximately 5 -10 days of your exam, often sooner. If you know you have a follow-up doctor’s appointment sooner, please let our staff know so we can make appropriate arrangements. Delays in obtaining images of previous exams conducted at other sites may at times extend the time required to produce our reports.

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