Walk-in x-rays available again

Walk-in x-rays available again

Posted on Thu Apr 13, 2023

We are pleased to announce that we are now offering walk-in x-rays again. We had to pause these appointments during Covid to implement appropriate safety measures, but we can now resume this service.

When can I have a walk-in x-ray?

Our x-ray service is available Monday to Saturday, 10am-6pm. There is no need to call or book, though a referral form from a healthcare practitioner is required. 

We are located in the heart of London’s world-renowned Harley Street medical district on Wimpole Street, just a few minutes’ walk from Oxford Circus Tube or Bond Street Tube.

How long will the x-ray take?

The x-ray will take approximately 10 minutes. When you arrive at our centre, our reception team will upload your referral form and check you in. There may be a 10-15-minute waiting period while the team action this. Our radiographer will then greet you and take you through for the x-ray. In total, you should expect to be with us for no more than 30 minutes.

What do x-ray scans cost?

Our prices start from £55 per view.

Our service is recognised by all major insurers including BUPA, AXA PPP and WPA.

We are registered and regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Do I need a referral?

You will need a referral from a qualified healthcare professional.

How quickly will I get my results?

Scans images are available immediately through our secure, online community, Connect.

All our x-rays are reported by our expert consultant radiologists and are completed one working day later. This is then shared with your referring clinician.

What about visa x-rays?

Results take slightly longer for visa x-rays, as they require a physical signature from an onsite consultant radiologist.

When this has been prepared, you can choose to collect this from our centre or it can be posted out to you via Tracked Royal Mail post for a small fee.

Find out more about the x-ray treatment, visa x-rays, and our clinic.

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