Spectrum Medical Imaging is committed to helping our community. Spectrum actively promotes and encourages staff, patients, referring doctors and the general public to be aware and participate in a variety of charity and community events.
What campaigns has Spectrum been involved in?
The NBCF raises funds for medical research into the prevention and cure of breast cancer. Spectrum also actively promotes the importance of breast screening in our practices and on our website.
Raising funds for medical research, the CMRI aims to improve and extend the lives of children by targeting childhood diseases.
This campaign, held every November, aims to improve men’s health by supporting programs and research into prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health.
City2Surf is a 14km fun run held in Sydney held annually. This event aims to raise much needed funds for more than 800 charities.
To find out more or to support these great organisations please visit:
www.aipol.org or volunteerfirefighters.org.au
Spectrum hosts a number of GP education nights throughout the year within the local community.
These nights offer a special opportunity to present new developments in medicine and radiology, discuss clinical scenarios and importantly to connect with our referring doctors.