Medical Imaging (also known as Radiology, X-ray,) is staffed byConsultant Radiologists, each with their own speciality. Medical Imaging also consists of Specialist Radiology Registrars,Radiographers, Ultrasonographers, Student Radiographers, Medical Secretaries, Receptionists, Appointment Clerks, Radiology Assistants and Porters.
We see patients from GP Surgeries, Hospital Clinics, Inpatient Wards, the Emergency Department and from hospitals across the UK. In any one 24 hour period (weekdays) approximately 500 patients receive diagnostic examinations or treatment in the department.
The service offers a full range of imaging examinations and treatments. Please click the links below for more information:
- Computer Tomography (CT)
- Fluoroscopy (screening)
- GP/General X-ray
- Interventional Radiology
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Training/Teaching in Radiology
We are a teaching department committed to providing state of the art imaging which is constantly evolving to provide best quality practice. Please click the link for more details:
For more information, please use the links below:
- How to contact the department and request copies
- How to get here
- How to make and change an appointment
- Radiation information for parents
- Radiology results
- Radiology opening hours
- Patient Information Leaflets
Requesting copies of your x-rays
If you would like copies of your x-rays please contact 01392 408523 – we will take your details and send you a Data Protection Act form.
Once we receive the signed form in the department we will process and make your disc – this can take up to 7 days. There is a charge of £10 for this service, which will be invoiced.