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Radiology Services at Papworth Hospital

Radiology services

Papworth Hospital’s radiology service has a key role in the diagnosis of all cardiothoracic conditions. The service uses state-of-the art imaging technology and facilities include a CT and MRI scanner. The Radiology Department images over 50,000 patients each year.

Radiology services include

CT scanning »

Dexa »

Chest medical radiology »

Nuclear Medicine »

Access to services

The Radiology Department operates on a five day week for booked cases, offering a clinical service to the local and visiting cardiologists, chest physicians, oncologists, transplant and surgical teams and provides 24 hour cover for emergencies. Direct access to a range of imaging tests is available to GPs and hospital clinicians from other Trusts.

Outside of normal working hours (Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm) emergency cover is provided by an on-site radiographer.

Radiology facilities include

The Radiology Department is well-equipped and fully digital with PACS for all imaging modalities as follows:

  • CT
     - 1 dual-source 64-slice scanner
     - 1 4-slice scanner
  • DEXA
     - 1 bone densitometry scanner
  • General radiography
     - 2 CR general radiography units.
     - 1 DR general radiography unit
     - 4 AMX mobile radiography units
  • MRI
     - 1 cardiac optimised 1.5T MRI scanner
  • Fluoroscopy
     - 1 non-cardiac intervention/bronchoscopy suite
     - 1 mobile image intensifier (theatre)
  • Nuclear medicine suite
     - 2 dual-headed gamma cameras
     - 2 cardiac stress rooms
     - 1 isotope preparation room
  • Ultrasound
     - 2 ultrasound units (with colour Doppler)

Our staff

The multi-disciplinary team of approx 100 staff includes highly-skilled radiologists, radiographers, specialist nurses and other support staff. As the cardiac angiography suites (cath labs) are located in radiology, we work closely alongside our cardiology colleagues.

The Radiology Department is part of the Clinical and Diagnostic Services Directorate managed by the Clinical Director, Dr Roger Hall; Directorate Manager, Maggie Maxwell; Radiology Services Manager, Caz Dyer and Business Unit Lead & Consultant Radiologist, Dr Bobby Agrawal.


Prospective staff

The Department of Radiology provides a friendly working environment, and maintains a continual interest in quality; audit, research and patient-centred care (see our current vacancies ). We welcome informal vacancy enquiries and would be delighted to provide further information upon request.

Vacancy enquiries

For radiographers & radiology assistants, please contact Caz Dyer or Rebecca Hendle.
For radiology nurses and healthcare support workers, please contact sister Katy Leng.

Contacts

For general enquires: 01480 364871 or 01480 364432
X-ray Reception: 01480 364430
PACS Office: 01480 364433

Appointment enquires:

  • Bone Densitometry: 01480 36 4848
  • CT: 01480 364842
  • MRI: 01480 364843
  • Nuclear Medicine: 01480 364808
  • X-ray & Ultrasound: 01480 364431

Frequently asked questions and patient information leaflets

The procedures at Papworth Hospital include cardiac CT, coronary angiography, MRI and nuclear cardiology.

What is a cardiac CT? »

What is an angiogram? »

What is an MRI? »

What is nuclear medicine scan? »

Useful links

For information about X-rays, radiation protection and risk information: X-Rays - How safe are they?

Find out what happens in a number of common radiology procedures: www.goingfora.com

This is a search engine for searching radiology peer-reviewed information from AJNR, AJR, Anatomy Atlases, BJR, eMedicine, EURORAD, Gray's Anatomy, Medcyclopaedia, Radiographics, and Radiology.

Specifically, radiologists seeking answers to questions at the point of care may use Searching Radiology as a decision support tool for searching radiology peer-reviewed information to improve patients' care, outcomes and lives. www.searchingradiology.com

 

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