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* You must be logged in to the Fraser Health network to access PACS Web. For more information, see Computer Access and Remote Access above.
PACS, or Picture Archiving and Communication Systems, is a filmless medical imaging system connecting Fraser Health’s 12 hospitals from Burnaby to Boston Bar. This network of computer servers and web-based workstations is linked with hospitals’ diagnostic imaging equipment such as X-ray, CT, MRI and Ultrasound.
With PACS, clinicians can access digital diagnostic images and reports from any location in Fraser Health. Remote users such as physicians, radiologists, surgeons, and dentists may apply for access from their own offices or homes.
PACS is considered a cornerstone to creating a national Electronic Health Information System or Electronic Health Record (EHR) that will link clinics, hospitals, pharmacies, and other points of care with each citizen across the country.
If you are experiencing technical difficulties with PACS at your site, please report the problem to the Fraser Health Service Desk - the single point of contact for your PACS service and support requests.
The Service Desk will notify the appropriate PACS Regional Coordinator who will then oversee the problem and initiate any further inquiries as needed.
(email for non-priority service requests)
Hours: 07:00 - 16:30, Monday - Friday; 08:00 - 16:00, Saturday & Sunday
After Hours Support: Priority 1 and 2 calls for applications and services that have negotiated after hours support are supported 24 hours per day, 7 days a week
Physician training is offered a variety of different ways: Through our online training module which can be done either at work or at home In the form of one-to-one training for new physicians or as refresher training for existing physicians Pre-arranged group training to accomodate an already exisiting meeting (i.e. Rounds, monthly meetings, etc)
NOTE: Radiologists and Emergency Physicians must have the one-on-one training prior to their first shift due to the PACS software that they use.
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