Opening hoursMonday to Friday
8:30 am - 5:00pm
21 Benjamin Way
Fax: 02 6228 8411
Belconnen is a multi modality site with a strong emphasis on maintaining a high standard of medical diagnostic imaging. In addition we have a focus on high training standards. We are CIG’s premier and dedicated ultrasound training site.
Our goals include:
- To provide a friendly, efficient, and professional service to our patients.
- To provide quality reporting in the shortest time possible.
- To work as part of a team with other Canberra Imaging sites.
We have parking at the rear of the premises. Longer parking is available at Westfield Belconnen across the street.
Booking your appointment at Belconnen
For appointments at our Belconnen site, please phone 1300 788 508 during the hours of 8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
An online appointment request can be made by clicking on the orange Appointment button (right).
Site Manager | Paul Robertson
Clinical Director | Dr Brendan Cranney
Dr Cranney graduated with honours from the University of New South Wales in 1984. After spending his initial hospital years at St George Hospital he carried out two years of training in anaesthetics and intensive care. Dr Cranney completed radiology training at the former Royal Canberra and Woden Valley Hospitals and at Royal Prince Alfred in Sydney, where he held a senior registrar position.
As a radiologist, he has been a Member of the College Council and is a member of the Australian Society for Ultrasound Medicine. He has held visiting medical officer positions at Breastscreen ACT in and Breastscreen NSW as a general radiologist and as chief radiologist. He is a past chairman of the Division of Imaging at Calvary Hospital where he is a visiting medical officer.
Dr Cranney’s main professional interest is in breast imaging. The group offers a comprehensive range of breast biopsy techniques, including mammotome (a vacuum assisted breast biopsy device). Dr Cranney also has an interest in percutaneous biopsy procedures and general body imaging.
- Computed Tomography (CT)
- Fine needle biopsy
- General x-ray
- Musculoskeletal injections
- OPG (dental)