Run by a highly experienced team of professionals, The Wellington has over 20 consultant radiologists, many of whom hold senior positions in some of London's most renowned teaching hospitals. Our team of Radiographers liaise closely with our Radiologists to ensure that each examination is perfectly tailored to the patient’s and referrer’s specific requirements. Our specialists are supported by highly qualified nurses and administrators who prepare reports of each diagnostic investigation.
We have a full range of state-of-the-art equipment including:

Bone Densitometry (DEXA)

The DEXA scanner is used to measure and monitor bone density. This information is used to diagnose possible osteoporosis and brittle bones.

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Computed Tomography (CT)

CT uses X-rays to produce 3D cross-sectional images or slices to aid diagnosis and treatment for a range of conditions within Orthopaedics, Neurology, Vascular, Gastroenterology and Respiratory.

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Digital Mammography

A mammogram is a breast X-ray. In most cases you will have a mammogram of both breasts, where two or more images will be taken of each breast so that the breast tissue can be viewed from different angles. 

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Fluoroscopy & Urodynamic Studies

Urodynamics studies the relationship of pressure and flow related to storage and transport within the urinary tract, mainly bladder filling and voiding function. Fluoroscopy produces a constant stream of X-rays so that it works in real time, enabling consultants to view changing images continuously. It is often used to observe the digestive tract and during therapeutic radiology procedures to observe the action of instruments being used. 

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Interventional Radiology

The suite not only provides interventional services such as embolisation, but is also capable of performing Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA). The scanner first takes an image, which includes the skeleton, and when a contrast agent is injected into the body, the machine digitally removes the skeleton from the image so that blood vessels or organs can be seen clearly. DSA can be used in both diagnosis and treatment of arterial and venous occlusions including stenosis, embolisms and aneurysms. 

 

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

MRI uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed cross-sectional images of the body’s anatomy – no X-rays are involved. Any part of the body can be scanned, which will assist in diagnosis of a medical condition affecting organs, tissue or bone. Our 3T MRI scanner is also used for Breast MRI. 

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Nuclear Medicine

A diagnostic imaging technique that involves using tiny radioactive tracers to study and evaluate the physiological function of the body’s organs. 

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PET/CT

The low dose PET/CT machine is a combination scanner and uses isotopes to detect subtle functional changes in organs. A tiny amount of a radioactive tracer is injected prior to the scan. 

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Ultrasound

An ultrasound is a frequently used diagnostic investigation that uses sound waves to create images of organs, blood flow and tissues inside the body. As the scan uses sound waves rather than radiation, the procedure is understood to be completely safe.

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Doctors

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Dr Syed Ajaz Babar Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Syed Ajaz Babar
Dr James Robert George Bell Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr James Robert George Bell
Dr Sarah Burnett Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Sarah Burnett
Dr Mary Crofton Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Mary Crofton
Dr Ros Crooks Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Ros Crooks
Dr Neil Hunter Davies Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Neil Hunter Davies
Dr Ranju Dhawan Consultant Radiologist & Consultant Nuclear Physic
Radiology
Dr Ranju Dhawan
Dr Tafida El-Sayed Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Tafida El-Sayed
Dr Barbara Faissola Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Barbara Faissola
Dr Nikolaos Fotiadis Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Nikolaos Fotiadis
Dr John Antony Goode Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr John Antony Goode
Dr Jamanda Haddock Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Jamanda Haddock
Dr Mohamad Hamady Consultant Clinical and Interventional Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Mohamad Hamady
Dr Samanjit Hare Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Samanjit Hare
Dr Andrew Hine Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Andrew Hine
Dr Triet Hoang Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Triet Hoang
Dr Brian Joseph Holloway Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Brian Joseph Holloway
Dr Monica Khanna Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Monica Khanna
Dr Michael Khoo Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Michael Khoo
Dr Justin Lee Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Justin Lee
Dr Adrian Lim Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Adrian Lim
Dr Anmol Malhotra Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Anmol Malhotra
Dr Adam Mitchell Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Adam Mitchell
Dr Steven Moser Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Steven Moser
Dr Thillainayagam Muthukumar Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Thillainayagam Muthukumar
Dr Paul Gerard O'Donnell Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Paul Gerard O'Donnell
Dr Marc Xavier Pelling Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Marc Xavier Pelling
Dr Hela Sbano Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Hela Sbano
Dr Christopher Schelvan Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Christopher Schelvan
Dr Dhiren Shah Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Dhiren Shah
Dr Philip Shorvon Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Philip Shorvon
Dr Thomas Solbach Consultant Neuroradiologist
Radiology
Dr Thomas Solbach
Dr William Teh Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr William Teh
Dr Benjamin Timmis Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Benjamin Timmis
Dr Dylan Tsukagoshi Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Dylan Tsukagoshi
Dr Amanda (Miny) Walker Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Amanda (Miny) Walker
Dr Thomas Wilhelm Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Thomas Wilhelm
Dr Nicholas Woodward Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
Dr Nicholas Woodward