Trinity Medical Imaging announce the start of our ultrasound service, which caters for private and NHS patients. We can provide a full range of diagnostic abdominal, pelvis, thyroid, musculoskeletal and vascular scans.
Our team of sonographers and consultant radiologists are highly trained, experienced, and dedicated to providing you with the best experience.
To find out more about our ultrasound service please click here.
Trinity Medical Imaging is excited to announce that we have started our whole body SPECT-CT service. As specialists in hybrid imaging, we believe that we should utilise the most advance imaging techniques to bring the best quality service to our patients. Instead of planar (2D) whole body bone scans for cancer staging, at Trinity medical Imaging we perform whole body SPECT-CT scans. These are three-dimensional scans which improve the detection of sites of cancer spread, improves reporter confidence, and reduces the rate of equivocal and false positive results.
For more information about whole body SPECT-CT click here.
We are proud to announce a new partnership with the nuclear medicine department at Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Patients from Kingston will have the opportunity to have their nuclear medicine scans performed at Trinity Medical Imaging whilst essential building works take place at Kingston Hospital. We would like to welcome the team at Kingston Hospital and we look forward to working closely in the future.
The team at Trinity Medical Imaging are proud to announce we have completed registration with the Care Quality Commission. After a thorough inspection we have been successful to meeting the high standards set by the CQC, and are ready to offer our services to NHS and private patients.
Trinity Medical Imaging is the first independent site to partner with Soliton and Aycan to provide a complete PACS and RIS solution. Soliton are well known to UK imaging providers as a company with a strong reputation for radiology reporting software and radiology information systems. A partnership with Aycan brings the power of Apple Mac OS PACS reporting to Trinity Medical Imaging. The Aycan Pro software allows advanced 3D reconstruction techniques which we are confident will allow our images to stand out from the crowd.
The finishing touches to the building work at Trinity Medical Imaging have been completed, and the centre is nearly ready for our first patient.
Thanks to the team at Fusion Office Design for their help furnishing our fabulous and modern, imaging centre. We’ve managed to create an environment that not only exceeds the strictest hygiene standards, but is simultaneously fresh, contemporary, and welcoming for our patients.
Trinity Medical Imaging is pleased to announce the installation of a brand new GE Logiq P9 ultrasound scanner.
This will allow Trinity Medical Imaging to provide a full ultrasound service from our independent imaging centre in Carshalton Beeches.
The GE Logiq P9 ultrasound provide excellent image quality with superb B-mode spatial and contrast resolution.
We have a wide selection of high quality probes for excellent exam coverage including abdominal, small parts, vascular, cardiac, musculoskeletal and gynaecology imaging.
We are currently recruiting ultrasonographers and consultant radiologists from a range of specialities to provide the highest possible standards of scanning.
For more information about our ultrasound service, please see our ultrasound website.
We are pleased to announce our GE Discovery 670 Pro SPECT-CT scanner has been installed and acceptance testing has been completed. We are now fully operational!
Thanks to our GE engineers for their sterling work in getting the installation completed before Christmas.
Advantages of the GE Discovery 670 Pro include:
- Up to 50 percent reduction in injected dose or scan time, with Evolution technology
- Enabling reduced CT dose for patients of all ages with ASiRtechnology
- Reduce total acquisition time for whole-body bone imaging to 16 minutes
Trinity Medical Imaging is excited to announce delivery of a brand new top-of-the-range GE Discovery 670 Pro SPECT-CT scanner. The scanner was delivered today, and will be installed over the next few weeks. Thanks to the logistics team at GE for ensuring a smooth delivery and for negotiating the corridors of our freshly painted scanning centre without a single scratch or dent.
Thankfully the scanner just about fits in the scanning room, and it is interesting to see all the components that go into this wonderful piece of technology.
This SPECT-CT scanner will allow us to perform advanced hybrid imaging scans that combine the functional information from nuclear medicine with the detailed anatomy from CT scans.