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Information is power when it comes to healthcare. Scans and investigations help our patients’ doctors confirm a diagnosis, monitor a particular condition or give peace of mind.

That’s why our diagnostic imaging services - and the people who run them - are pivotal to the care we provide to our patients.

We have some of the most advanced, leading generation diagnostic equipment and many of our hospital have received high levels of investment in their imaging departments in recent years. We try and promote talent from within, so it’s often typical for our diagnostic imaging managers to progress to broader managerial positions.

Overview

Our diagnostic imaging services are pivotal to the care we provide to our patients. That’s why, when you join us, you can be assured that you will have access to modern equipment and the latest generation imaging techniques - from general work to CT and MRI. Some of our hospitals also offer cardiac catheterisation and some are accredited centres of excellence for orthopaedic services, breast care and oncology. Many of our hospital have received high levels of investment in their imaging departments in recent years. In 2014, the Group operates 28 MRI's and 22 static CT scanners.

Why work at Spire?

At Spire you’ll be part of an experienced, pro-active imaging department whose aim is to provide the best possible clinical service.

Diagnostic imaging is a fast moving and continually changing profession, and long-term career prospects include clinical specialisation and management.

Within Spire diagnostic imaging, managers have progressed to broader managerial positions including allied services manager (managing both diagnostic imaging and physiotherapy services) and head of clinical servces (leading all clinical services within a hospital).

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