Yarra Radiology

YARRA Radiology


145-147 Toorak Road Location
South Yarra, VIC 3141

T. 1 300 177 199 (Patients)

T. 1 800 177 199 (Providers)

F. 03 9006 0799

E. info@yarraradiology.com.au


Mon - Fri: 8.30am - 5.30pm

Sat : 9.00am - 1.00pm

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About YARRA Radiology

Yarra Radiology was founded by doctors who care. Our entire team offers elite customer service and are driven to better the quality of radiology services in your community in Australia.

We provide state of the art equipment, expert staff, (radiologists, pathologists, teleradiologists) and pragmatic managerial processes to give a fully empasing service.

At Yarra Radiology, we believe that our innovative treatment processes allow for quicker, more efficient MRI, CRT and X-ray examinations.

We are flexible and believe in delivering a tailored approach to fit specific diagnostic needs.


Why choose YARRA Radiology?

  • Consultant radiologists are available for consult at your request
  • Quick appointments within metropolitan Melbourne
  • Ultra-modern technologies for efficient and high-quality imaging
  • Sub-speciality radiologists for precise diagnosis
  • Process and care oriented leaders

Make A Referral

YARRA Radiology friendly radiologists will be able to assist you with a consult or guidance in relation to appropriateness of modalities for examination of your patients.

Support and expand the services you provide by working with our expert sub-specialty radiologists. Support and expand the services you provide by working with our expert sub-specialty radiologists. 



Magnetic resonance tomography or magnetic resonance tomography (MRT) is one of the most modern, safest and gentlest methods of detecting pathological changes in organs inside the body without the use of X-rays. 




Ultrasound scan uses high-frequency sound waves to study anatomical structures of patients and does not involve radiation. YARRA Radiology provides access to full range of diagnostic ultrasound examinations including abdominal, pelvic, vascular, paediatric, musculoskeletal, obstetric and small part examinations.


Digital X-Ray

An x-ray examination involves two-dimensional image acquisition of the body’s internal organs or bones. Our top-of-the line Digital X-ray system has low dose detectors to minimise radiation exposure to the patient at YARRA Radiology.


Book an appointment

YARRA Radiology friendly staff can assist you in prompt booking of your patients upon receive of your referral request.       

Frequently asked questions

Every radiological examination, depending on your medical history, is different. The best way to get prepared is to call our friendly staff and they will guide you through exactly what you need to bring. 

Some things include:

  • Medicare card 
  • Referral letter from your doctor.
  • All preliminary findings and preliminary images (if available)
  • Surgery reports (if available)
  • For MRI additionally: implant type and laboratory values (creatinine) - if your examination is performed with contrast medium.
  • Blood values (thyroid value - TSH) and kidney values (Krea)

We know that radiology can be scary for children. You don’t have to worry! Our team is very professional and promises to go above and beyond to make your little ones feel comfortable.

If your child is nervous, we recommend that you bring their:

  • Favourite cuddly toy or blanket
  • CD, audio book
  • Favourite drink and a snack for later

Each examination depends on the type of test ordered. With MRIs some examinations are only 20 minutes while others can be an hour. Each scan takes between 2-5 minutes and some tests need more scans than others. We want to make sure that the picture is clear, which is all dependent on how still the patient lays. At YARRA Radiology, we will always aim to do the examination as fast as possible to make patients feel comfortable.

In order to receive sedation, you must have someone attend the examination with you who can drive you home. The person driving must also sign a consent form and be present when the patient begins the scan.

After receiving sedation – please be aware that you will not be able to operate any heavy machinery, drive, or make any important legal decisions for the remainder of the day. Even if you think the sedation has worn off, it is still in your system so we need you to wait 24 hours.

Keep in touch

Get in touch with our friendly team today to discuss your radiology needs.