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Harley Street Clinic Facility

Molecular Imaging Centre

Harley Street Clinic Facility

One of the UK's most advanced diagnostic imaging facilities

Appointments

020 7034 8181

Reception

020 7725 6800

154 Harley Street

London

W1G 7LJ

Payment options available: This facility offers treatments at a fixed price

Why choose us?

Part of the renowned Harley Street Clinic, the Molecular Imaging Centre offers the very latest in diagnostic CT scanning and 3D imaging technology. Molecular imaging, also known as nuclear medicine, is different from other forms of diagnostic imaging because it provides information about the structure as well as the function of your body's organs. These detailed images can be used to detect the very early stages of a disease — often long before problems are apparent on other diagnostic tests. In complex conditions such as cancer, cardiac and neurological disorders, early detection is key to successful treatment. Our advanced equipment means we can offer faster diagnosis for patients of all ages, including infants and young children.

Expertise

The Molecular Imaging Centre has at its disposal a latest generation PET-CT scanner and two gamma cameras, one with PET-CT capabilities.

The centre specialises in advanced diagnostic imaging for a range of complex conditions, from coronary artery disease to bone cancer.

  • Clinical radiology

    Need to know

    Clinical radiology is a specialty that uses medical imaging to diagnose and, sometimes, treat diseases seen within the body. Our clinical radiologists are qualified medical doctors who have undertaken an additional five years of study and intensive training to specialise in this field. They are...

  • Nuclear medicine

    Need to know

    Nuclear medicine imaging involves using a small amount of radioactive chemical (tracer), which is absorbed into your body and picked up by a specialised camera. The images created by a nuclear medicine scan can be used to identify tumours or diagnose suspected conditions. They're less invasive than...

Our location

154 Harley Street

London

W1G 7LJ

The Molecular Imaging Centre is a short walk from the main Harley Street Clinic in London's famous medical district.

Contact us

Any questions? Get in touch and we'll be happy to help.

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