Mobile Imaging

Mobile Imaging at Beacon Park Hospital

Ramsay Health Care’s mobile imaging team and fleet (RDUK) offers high-quality MRI and CT scanning, in transportable imaging units that travel between our hospitals across England. An average of 40,000 NHS and private patients are supported each year through our fleet of mobile MRI and CT scanners.

Our mobile scanners deliver advanced imaging solutions utilising state-of-the-art equipment technology. This ensures the services we offer can be delivered safely and with maximum comfort to our patients.

Our expert and experienced teams of radiographers and consultant radiologists provide clinical excellence to our patients in a caring and compassionate environment, and will be there to support and reassure you throughout your scan.

We support our hospitals by offering convenient appointments on our mobile fleet, with appointments available throughout a 12-hour scanning day to fit in with our patients’ busy lives. Some weekend appointments are available at some of our hospitals.

Our fleet of scanners can also accommodate patients who may have accessibility restrictions.

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