Imaging you can trust
At Kent and Sussex Radiology Group, our team of twelve highly trained and experienced radiologists is dedicated to providing exceptional diagnostic services to patients in South East England. With a focus on quality care and patient satisfaction, we strive to deliver accurate and reliable results quickly, backed by the latest technology and techniques in the field of radiology.
Our secure digital patient referral system is designed to make referrals fast and straightforward. After selecting the right specialist, you can securely send a referral with all necessary patient information.
Discover the range of imaging services provided by Kent and Sussex Radiology Group. Our expert team offers accurate diagnoses through various modalities.
X-Ray / General Radiology
A type of electromagnetic radiation used in medical imaging to produce images of the human body. X-Ray is a quick and non-invasive way to visualise bones for diagnostic purposes.
Breast imaging includes mammography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging. The goal of breast imaging is to detect any abnormalities or changes in the breast tissue and to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of breast conditions.
A type of medical imaging that uses X-Rays and advanced computer processing to create detailed, cross-sectional images of internal body structures.
A medical imaging technique that uses strong magnetic fields, radio waves and computer technology to produce detailed images of the body's internal structures.
A diagnostic imaging method that uses small amounts of radioactive material to produce images of organs and tissues, used to diagnose and treat various conditions such as cancer, heart disease and neurological disorders.
Sports Medicine focuses on injuries and illnesses related to physical activity and sports. It involves a range of imaging modalities to prevent, diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate injuries, as well as improve athletic performance.
A medical imaging technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of the human body in a non-invasive and safe way.
Image Guided Biopsy and Drainage
Image guided biopsies may be performed if diagnostic imaging and other tests have been unable to provide a definitive diagnosis.
We provide a comprehensive range of interventional procedures to help manage your medical condition. Our team uses the latest technology and techniques, with guidance from X-rays, CT scans, and ultrasounds to deliver effective treatments.
Prostate Artery Embolisation
Prostate artery embolisation (PAE) is used to treat an enlarged prostate gland (referred to as benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH).
A varicocele embolisation is a minimally-invasive pin-hole procedure used to treat the symptoms associated with dilated (swollen) veins in the scrotum.
Uterine Fibroid Embolisation
Uterine fibroid embolisation is a procedure that offers a safe and effective alternative to surgery in the treatment of fibroids for some women.
Ultrasound Guided Joint Injection
An injection of local anaesthetic and steroid can be used to provide symptom relief for painful and/ or swollen joints, ligaments or tendons. High frequency ultrasound can be used to guide the needle to the exact location requiring treatment.
Image Guided Biopsy and Drainage
Image-guided fluid collection drainage by catheter is the procedure of removing fluid buildup from several parts of the body.
Image Guided Nerve Root Injection
A nerve root block is an injection of local anaesthetic and steroid around one of the nerves in your spine. It is carried out with the aid of an x-ray.
Pelvic Vein Embolisation
Pelvic vein embolization is a minimally invasive treatment for pelvic congestion syndrome, a painful condition resulting from the presence of enlarged or varicose veins in the pelvis.
At Kent and Sussex Radiology Group, we understand the importance of second opinions. We're proud to offer this service to our UK-based patients. If you're seeking additional reassurance about your diagnosis, please contact us and learn more about our second opinion services.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you will need a referral from your healthcare professional to have an imaging test or procedure with us. The easiest and quickest way to do this is is for your healthcare professional to use our online referral form.
The length of the test will depend on the type of imaging and the reason for the exam. Our staff will provide you with an estimated time when you schedule your appointment.
You should usually wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing for your appointment although you may be changed into a gown on your arrival. If you are having an MRI, please let us know if you have any metal in your body, as this may affect the results of the exam.
No, our imaging tests are non-invasive and do not cause pain. Some tests, such as an MRI, may require you to lie still for an extended period of time, but this is not painful. We also offer interventional procedures which usually involve the use of local anaesthetic to make the procedure as comfortable as possible. Our radiologist will run through the procedure with you before getting started and you will have a chance to field any questions you may have.
Your results will be sent to the referring doctor, who will then discuss them with you.
The time it takes to receive results will vary depending on the type of test, but our staff will provide you with an estimated time when you arrive for your appointment.
The options are either ‘self-pay’ where you pay for the procedure yourself or through private medical insurance. You will need to check with your insurer that the terms of your policy covers the specific test that you are having. Our care team can answer any questions you may have – please visit our enquiries page to contact us.
It will depend on the type of test you are having. Our staff will provide you with specific instructions when you schedule your appointment.
Our radiologists work as a team to provide the best possible care to our patients. If you have a specific request, please let our staff before you come for your appointment and they will do their best to accommodate you.
At Kent and Sussex Radiology Group, we offer patient-centered care with a team of experienced radiologists and the latest technology. We provide a comprehensive range of imaging services at multiple locations in the South East of England, and prioritize accessibility and convenience. Our patient care team is always available to answer questions and help schedule appointments. With a commitment to rapid and accurate results, we hope you choose Kent and Sussex Radiology Group for your private radiology needs.