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Mercy Radiology - Advanced Nuclear Imaging

Private Service


8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.


Mercy Radiology is a state-of-the-art Nuclear Imaging facility based in Takapuna on the North Shore.

Mercy Radiology has been an industry-leading provider of diagnostic imaging services for over 30 years, with locations throughout Auckland. Our emphasis is on quality of service coupled with the latest in imaging technology.

The service was set up by Dr Hament Pandya, Consultant Radiologist in August 2013 in order to enhance and improve patients' access to high quality radionuclide imaging (scintigraphy). Dr Pandya has received training in both nuclear medicine and radiology.

After permanently moving to New Zealand in 2008, Dr Pandya played a key role in introducing specialist nuclear imaging (in the form of PETCT) to almost half of all New Zealanders.

Dr Pandya felt that there was a relative lack of specialist provision of services when it came to other types of nuclear imaging such as bone scans, liver / gallbladder (hepatobiliary) scans, renal imaging amongst others. He felt that this had resulted in a lack of awareness of the significant benefits that nuclear imaging can bring to diagnosis when integrated with the other mainstream imaging techniques including MRI, CT, ultrasound, plain radiography etc.

“Our goal is to provide referring doctors with a highly specialised diagnostic imaging service which fully integrates both advanced molecular (nuclear) imaging and diagnostic radiology to enhance the quality of care delivered to patients.”

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8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Mon – Fri 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Referral Expectations

Mercy Radiology is an IANZ Accredited provider of Nuclear Imaging Services and Computed Tomography (CT).

We accept private referrals from General Practitioners and Medical Specialists. We also accept ACC referrals from Medical Specialists.

If you wish to make a referral, please download a printable referral form (see below).

For further information contact us at or (09) 630 3324.


  • Nuclear Medicine (Scintigraphy)

    This is a specialised scanning method using very small amounts of low-level radioactive isotopes injected into the bloodstream.… More

  • SPECT-CT Bone Scans

    Bone scanning continues to be one of the most sensitive techniques for detecting bone pathology and often augments other modalities such as MRI in arriving at a definite diagnosis.… More

  • Sentinel Node Mapping (Lymphoscintigraphy)

    SPECT-CT has been shown to offer significant advantages to patients undergoing sentinel node biopsy, including:… More

  • Hepatobiliary Scans

    Dynamic hepatobiliary scintigraphy with gallbladder contractile stimulation is a valuable imaging technique that is often underutilised.… More

  • Thyroid and Parathyroid Scans

    Thyroid scintigraphy facilitates the detection of focal and/or global abnormalities of thyroid anatomy, correlation of anatomy with function, and detection of aberrant or metastatic functioning thyroid tissue or residual normal tissue after therapy.… More

  • Renal Scans

    Nuclear imaging can provide very valuable information relating to both the structure and function of the renal tract i.e.… More

  • Gastric Emptying Studies

    Gastrointestinal scintigraphy is generally indicated when more anatomic based studies have not been able to diagnose a cause for the patient’s medical history, signs, and symptoms. More

  • Colonic Motility Studies

    Gastrointestinal scintigraphy is generally indicated when more anatomic based studies have not been able to diagnose a cause for the patient’s medical history, signs, and symptoms. More

  • Brain Perfusion Scans

    Cerebral Perfusion Nuclear imaging allows accurate and reproducible quantification of cerebral blood flow which can provide useful information in the evaluation of early dementia. More

  • Dacryoscintigrams (Lacrimal)

    Dacryoscintigraphy is widely known to be an effective modality in diagnosing abnormalities of the lacrimal system that cause epiphora (abnormal overflow of tears).… More

  • White Cell Scan (Infection / Inflammation)


  • Computed Tomography (CT)

    With CT you can differentiate many more things than with a normal X-ray.… More

  • CT Guided Musculoskeletal Injections



We work closely with all the medical insurers to support your claims process. We are also ACC accredited.

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2 Fred Thomas Drive
Auckland 0622

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2 Fred Thomas Drive
Auckland 0622

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PO Box 9056
Auckland 1149

This page was last updated at 4:06PM on April 17, 2019. This information is reviewed and edited by Mercy Radiology - Advanced Nuclear Imaging.