Ramsay imaging and diagnostics provides a wide variety of tests and scans of the highest quality; carried out by our qualified, highly trained and experienced staff. We perform a wide range of procedures, using constantly monitored protocols to ensure the images acquired are the very best for each patient we can and test.Enquire Today
DEXA stands for “Dual-energy X-Ray Absorptiometry”, which is a means of measuring bone density. The denser the bones are, the stronger they are and therefore less likely to break (fracture).Find out more
A CT scanner creates detailed images of the inside of your body. A series of images taken from different angles are processed that can identify the tiniest abnormalities in your bones, organs, and blood vessels.Find out more
Mammography uses X-rays to examine your breasts for early stage breast cancer. You can self-refer for a screening mammogram if you have no known symptoms and you have not had a mammogram within the last year.Find out more
Mobile imaging offers high-quality imaging services, including MRI and CT scanning, in movable imaging units that can travel between medical facilities.Find out more
MRI is a sophisticated method of producing detailed images of the body's internal structures.Find out more
Ultrasound is a safe and widely used sound wave scan that produces pictures of the inside of your body to help doctors diagnose and treat medical conditions.Find out more
An X-Ray uses electromagnetic radiation to see through your skin and show images of your internal features beneath it. X-rays are commonly performed, quick and non-invasive procedures that you can’t feel or see with your naked eye.Find out more
An upper gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy is a procedure to look at the inside of the oesophagus (gullet), stomach and duodenum using a flexible telescope.Find out more
Gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy is a procedure to look at the oesophagus and stomach.Find out more
An ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreatogram) is a procedure to look for any problems in your bile duct or pancreatic duct using a flexible telescope and x-ray dye.Find out more
A capsule endoscopy is a procedure used to record images of your tiny bowel with a tiny disposable camera swallowed by the patient.Find out more
A colonoscopy is an outpatient procedure that examines your large bowel for changes or abnormalities such as colon polyps and bowel cancer.Find out more
A flexible sigmoidoscopy is a procedure to look at the inside of the left, lower part of the colon (large bowel) using a flexible telescope.Find out more
A gastroscopy examination allows your doctor to look inside your upper digestive tract to investigate symptoms, confirm a diagnosis, and treat conditions of your stomach, oesophagus, or duodenum.Find out more
A laparoscopy and dye test is a surgical procedure that looks at your reproductive organs and helps determine the reason you are struggling to conceive, paying particular attention to whether your fallopian tubes are blocked.Find out more
A transbronchial biopsy is a procedure to perform a lung biopsy (removing a small piece of lung tissue).Find out more
A rigid cystoscopy is usually a safe and effective procedure to find out if there is a problem with your bladder. Ramsay’s urology consultants expertly perform rigid cystoscopy female using the latest technology.Find out more
A rigid cystoscopy is a procedure to check for any problems in your bladder using a rigid fibre-optic telescope (cystoscope).Find out more
A flexible cystoscopy is a procedure to check for any problems in your bladder using a flexible fibre-optic telescope (cystoscope).Find out more
Flexible cystoscopy (female) is a procedure that uses a flexible telescope to look for and treat problems in your bladder.Find out more
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Our company ethos "People caring for people" means that every single day our teams selflessly put our patients' needs before their own to help deliver quick access to treatment, so you and your family do not have to worry and wait.
With more than 2500 consultants throughout the UK, you can opt for a specialist in the treatment you require. They will remain dedicated to your care throughout your stay and follow-up consultations.
Full adherence to all guidance issued from professional organisations including the Government and Public Health England.
We can provide access to a dedicated member of staff to talk through any concerns you may have prior to attending hospital.
Our hospitals are ensuring we have as many free car parking spaces available for our patients as possible.
Our specialist team will discuss your symptoms with you and advise on appropriate treatment tailored to you.
Based on your individual requirements your treatment will begin when you are ready and at a convenient time to suit you.
Our comprehensive aftercare provides support and guidance throughout your treatment and recovery journey.
Following a comprehensive review of the endoscopy service undertaken by an expert team of assessors, the professionalism, dedication and teamwork demonstrated by the endoscopy service has resulted in the achievement of JAG accreditation for West Midlands Hospital.
People in Peterborough and across Cambridgeshire areas will benefit from faster and more precise imaging thanks to three new scanners being installed or coming soon to Fitzwilliam Hospital.
Meet Brooke Gwinnell who has worked with Ramsay just over 5 years and recently started a Level 3 Senior Health Care Assistant Apprenticeship.