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We do not offer accident and emergency services and if you have an acute injury, you should go to your nearest A&E.
Information is power when it comes to healthcare. Scans and investigations help your GP or consultant confirm a diagnosis, monitor a particular condition or give you peace of mind. This means you can begin or change treatment at the right time. If you’re feeling run-down or you have a family history of a genetic condition, tests can also offer reassurance or provide an early warning of health problems. Having the information is the first step towards reclaiming control of your health. Advances in technology and medical research mean that the number of scans and investigations that help keep you healthy or diagnose disease is growing all the time.
We're always investing in our equipment and facilities. Whether you’re insured or paying for yourself you can get quick access to some of the latest, next generation diagnostic equipment and scanners by booking with Spire London East Hospital.
You can choose which of our immaculate hospitals to visit at a time convenient to you – and with no waiting. After your test we’ll send the results to your doctor straight away. We're proud to have been recognised for achieving excellence in patient care, staff training, nursing practice and healthcare outcomes.
Monday - Friday: 8am - 8pm
Saturday: 8am - 4pm for MRI & 9am - 4pm for X-ray and Ultrasound
Sunday: 8am - 1pm for MRI
CT scan is only done Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
Appointments usually within 24 hours of a referral. Reports usually within 48 hours.
10 April 2019
Our Physiotherapists are on hand to give you the advice needed to avoid and manage injuries, for one evening only, all a…
10 April 2019
Our Consultant ENT Surgeon, Mr Abir Bhattacharyya, discusses the different voice disorders, how to avoid them and also h…