Clinical radiology

A specialist branch of medicine using images

Our consultant radiologists work within our multidisciplinary team to help diagnose and treat diseases using imaging


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 trained to perform and interpret medical images to diagnose and treat injuries and diseases of all parts of the body.
At our hospitals, our team of radiologists use a variety of imaging techniques to diagnose and treat diseases. These include:
  • X-rays
  • MRI - magnetic resonance imaging scans
  • Ultrasounds
  • CT - computed tomography scans
  • Nuclear scans - such as bone scans, thyroid scans and PET CT scans
  • Interventional radiology - minimally invasive medical procedures conducted under the guidance of imaging technologies

You may be referred to a clinical radiologist by your consultant to help with a diagnosis.



Our clinical radiologists are part of a multidisciplinary team, working closely with radiographers and consultants to provide the best care possible.

  • CT scans

    Need to know

    CT scans use X-rays to take detailed 2D and 3D images of inside your body. They diagnose and monitor many conditions including cancer, strokes and fractures, and they're used to investigate a wide range of symptoms. We invest in the latest CT scanning equipment which means we're able to carry out specialist...

  • PET CT scan low dose

    Need to know

    PET-CT scans combine PET (positron emission tomography) and CT (computised tomography) technology in one full body scanner. This advanced nuclear imaging technique shows how the cells in the body are functioning at the same time as generating 2D and 3D images of inside the body. PET-CT scans can be...

  • Breast screening mammogram

    Need to know

    Your breasts will be X-rayed in detail so any problems, such as cancerous cells, can be found early before they're large enough to be felt. Your breasts will be X-rayed one at a time. Each breast is X-rayed twice, from different angles. The procedure will take 20 to 30 minutes.

Consultant in theatres

Our consultants

Our consultant radiologists specialise in diagnostic and treatment techniques using the latest imaging technology.

Our facilities

From complex surgery to straightforward procedures, we provide exceptional care across our network of hospitals, outpatient centres and specialist clinics.

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