We are experiencing some technical difficulties with our email system. If you haven't received a response to an email you have sent us, please call us on 020 7042 1888. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Oryon Imaging: X-ray service update


Oryon Imaging: X-ray service update

Posted on Tue Aug 18, 2020

An update on our X-ray services: chest X-ray is back and a small price increase.

Chest X-ray is back!

When lockdown began, we stopped offering chest X-rays due to safety concerns around Covid-19. We are pleased to announce that we have found a safe solution, and will be resuming chest X-rays from Saturday 5th September.

We will be running a dedicated chest X-ray clinic every Saturday, 10am-6pm, allowing us to monitor each X-ray patient at the centre and control patient numbers. We will have a dedicated X-ray Radiographer and HCA, and our reception team will ensure that chest X-ray patients are chaperoned individually and briefed on our extended safety protocol before their appointment.

We know that many of our referrers have been enquiring about chest X-ray for some time, so we’re very pleased to have found a workable solution that helps us to keep our centre safe for all.


X-ray on Wimpole Street

Our prices have changed

As an affordable imaging centre, we’ve kept our X-ray prices at the extremely low level of £40 since we opened in 2012. However, we have reviewed our prices and it is simply no longer viable for us to offer X-rays at such a low price. We’ve now increased our prices to £55 per region, but even so we are still highly affordable, with the average price for a chest X-ray in London being £101 (according to PHUK).

Our Visa X-ray price has also risen from £65 to £75.

Visit our X-ray page to find out more about the service

Share this article

Most Recent

All you need to know about getting a private chest X-ray 

Understanding MRIs

Understanding X-rays

Stay up to date

If you’re interested in keeping up with what we’re doing, just leave your email address here and we’ll send you periodic newsletters and other updates.

What is 2 + 2?