Teleradiology

Teleradiology is the transmission and display of radiological images, such as, MRI, Ultrasound, CT scans and X-Rays, in a location independent of the location the patient is imaged. It allows Radiologists to provide an expert and timely report to allow clinicians to decide on the best treatment for their patients.

Teleradiology Treatment

Friends Medical Care goals.

  • Offer underserviced hospitals to have timely access to a radiologist, who functions like being on-site.
  • A cost effective solution that does not compromise on quality.
  • Offer high quality reports produced from experienced radiologists.
  • Speed up the process of diagnostics and intern the speed of commencement of treatment of patients.

Useful Informaton

If you have any questions on Teleradiology treatment we are here to help?

Upon booking a Tele Radiology appointment our specialist team will walk you through everything that you will need to carry out from start to finish, including post treatment instructions.

We have created a frequently asked questions section for this treatment to help with any common general questions that come up. 

If you still have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact our team on the details below or to book an appointment click the link below. 

FAQ

There are no dietary requirements. though be sure to dress comfortably, with clothing that does not have any metal zips or buttons - as metal will interfere with the X-ray. If you wear a bra, this will have to be removed. A gown may be provided, if necessary.

Let us know if you have specific requirements. for example: wheelchair access. or if you have visual impairment or suffer from hearing loss.

• When you attend your appointment, speak with the reception team who will check your appointment details and guide you to the waiting area. You may have to complete a pre-examination form depending on your particular circumstances.

• A member of staff will escort you to the changing room.

• Your height and weight will be checked and you will be instructed on changing:'

• The Radiographer will take you through to the scanner and confirm your details.

• You will then lie down on scanning table and the radiographer will position you and start the scan.

• You can eat and drink normally after the scan.

• You can drive home afterward and return to activities.

• We will send your results to your referring clinician, who will be discuss them with you at your follow-up appointment. If this has not already been scheduled. you will need to contact them to arrange for this.

As with all X-ray examinations, there is a small amount of risk involved with ionising radiation, equivalent of approximately two days of radiation from our natural environment or radiation expected from a short flight. Your referring doctor has decided that the risks are negligible and that benefits of the examination are much greater.

If you think you could be pregnant, please inform a member of staff

• Yes, but they may only enter the examination room in special circumstances (for health &safety reasons).

• There should be no discomfort during the scan. IF you find positioning or the procedure uncomfortable. please tell a member of staff.

If you think you could be pregnant, please inform a member of staff

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Lurgan Clinic Address

41 High St, Lurgan, Craigavon BT66 8AH

Newry Clinic Address

Windsor Ave, Newry BT34 1EG