DDR iVue 29.2431.0 APK
- Version: 29.2431.0
- File size: 42.27MB
- Requires: Android 6.0+
- Package Name: com.zedtechnologies.DDRPatientAccess
- Developer: Integral Diagnostics Ltd
- Updated: May 05, 2020
- Price: Free
- Rate 4.80 stars – based on 226 reviews
We provide DDR iVue 29.2431.0 APK file for Android 6.0+ and up.
DDR iVue is a free Medical app.
It's easy to download and install to your mobile phone.
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The Darling Downs Radiology Patient App is used by patients to securely access images of scans performed at a Darling Downs Radiology practice and to also request appointments.
After your appointment, you will receive an SMS text message asking you to activate your account. Tap on the link in the SMS and follow the account activation process. Once activated, you can securely access all of your images through the iVue App. Please Note: Your images will reach your account 7 days after your appointment. You do not need to register your device or set up your pin again if you have another study performed at Darling Downs Radiology.
The 'Request an Appointment' feature allows you to organise a visit to one of our practices. Please enter details of the imaging required and take a photo of the referral form filled out by your doctor to submit. Our friendly staff will contact you to organise and confirm the appointment.
If you need assistance with the Darling Downs Radiology iVue Patient App, please email [email protected] with a description of the problem.
Note: Your doctor will be able to access your images and report as soon as they are available. You should always discuss your results with your doctor.