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Working in Diagnostics

The Diagnostic Services team includes imaging, medical and support staff who work together to provide important test results to Manitobans.

The Diagnostic Services team includes over 3,000 medical, technical, nursing, managerial and support staff who work together to provide important lab, imaging and cardiac diagnostic services to Manitobans. A balanced work environment also fosters physical and mental well-being. Shared Health promotes a work culture that is professional, relevant, innovative and diverse. Programs are in place to ensure comfortable, respectful, safe and productive working environments at all sites.

Why work at Shared Health?

  • Comprehensive benefits include extended health, dental, Employee Assistance Program,
  • Disability and Life Insurance
  • Employee Pension Plan with employer matched contributions
  • Competitive Salary Scale
  • Maternity Leave Top-Up*
  • Relocation Assistance**
  • Education Sponsorship**
  • Professional Development Support
  • Career Mobility throughout Manitoba
  • Opportunity for Advancement
  • Progressive Work Environment promoting best practices and a team approach to success

*Applicable for most union positions as per applicable Collective Agreement
**Subject to Return of Service Agreement


Unified by a single vision and common goals, Shared Health’s laboratory and imaging sites work together to support a province-wide service-delivery model. Each sites is a point of access to a full range of diagnostic services.

Interlake-Eastern RHA

More than 110 diagnostic professionals support lab and imaging services offered at sites in 13 communities: Arborg, Ashern, Eriksdale, Gimli, Selkirk, Stonewall, Beausejour, Pinawa, Powerview/Pine Falls, Lac du Bonnet, Whitemouth and Oakbank and Teulon.

Northern RHA

Approximately 70 staff support lab and diagnostic imaging services in seven facilities: Thompson General Hospital, Gillam Hospital, Leaf Rapids Health Centre, The Pas Health Complex, Flin Flon Hospital, Snow Lake Medical Nursing Unit and Lynn Lake District Hospital.

Prairie Mountain Health

More than 150 staff members support lab and imaging services in 29 sites: Baldur, Birtle, Boissevain, Carberry, Deloraine, Erickson, Glenboro, Hamiota, Killarney, Melita, Minnedosa, Neepawa, Reston, Rivers, Rossburn, Russell, Shoal Lake, Souris, Treherne, Virden, Benito, Dauphin, Grandview, McCreary, Roblin, Ste. Rose, Swan River and Winnipegosis and Wawanesa.

Prairie Mountain Health – City of Brandon, Brandon Region

More than 140 staff support laboratory services at Westman Laboratory, located within the Brandon Regional Health Centre.

Southern Health-Santé Sud RHA

Approximately 160 staff support lab and diagnostic imaging services in 16 facilities: Bethesda Hospital, DeSalaberry District Health Center, Ste. Anne Hospital and Vita District Health Centre, Altona, Boundary Trails Health Centre, Carman, Crystal City, Emerson, Gladstone, Manitou, Morris, Notre Dame, Portage la Prairie, St. Claude and Swan Lake.

Winnipeg RHA – Churchill Region

Shared Health diagnostic services lab and imaging centre is located in the Town Centre Complex, which houses the hospital and other health services.

Winnipeg RHA – City of Winnipeg, Winnipeg Region

Shared Health diagnostic services operates diagnostic laboratories in each of the city’s reference and community hospitals, totaling 11 labs and more than 700 Winnipeg employees: Health Sciences Centre, St. Boniface General Hospital, Concordia Hospital, Grace Hospital, Misericordia Health Centre, Seven Oaks General Hospital, Victoria General Hospital, Deer Lodge Health Centre, St. Amant Centre, Riverview Health Centre and Mount Carmel Clinic.

Career Outlook

As Manitoba’s population grows and ages, the demand for diagnostic services will also increase. Lab and imaging professionals are in high demand in rural, northern and urban centres across Manitoba. The long-term outlook is very good for Medical Laboratory Technologists, Medical Radiological Technologists and associated specialists.

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