Our Radiology Department is staffed by experienced professionals and fully-equipped with x-ray, Digital fluoroscopy / contrast studies, MRI, CT, digital mammography, ultrasound and echocardiology. GP’s can refer directly for diagnostic imaging, with appointments normally available within 72 hours and reported back to the GP within two days.
From routine blood tests to complex histology analysis, we provide a comprehensive range of blood tests and investigations. Our phlebotomy service is available daily, with results sent to the referring clinician. Pathology specimens are tested by CPA accredited laboratories with fast turnaround times; most results can be made available in 24-48 hours.
We offer a range of medical services for patients requiring respite care. Patients are managed by a consultant who will work closely with the nursing team to ensure the very best care. We can care for patients requiring respiratory care, post-operative rehabilitation, pulmonary services, geriatric services, cardiology and oncology.
Springfield Hospital is an established provider of cancer services including diagnostic tests, surgical treatments, chemotherapy and support services. Multi-disciplinary professional teams work together to pursue the best possible outcome for patients with breast cancer, skin cancer and prostate cancer. We also see patients with lung, colorectal, skin and blood cancers, as well as a few patients with less common cancers. We offer screening for some common cancers and a range of diagnostic tests to support clinicians with their diagnosis.
Appointments can be arranged very quickly, reducing the time patients have to wait for either a diagnosis or treatment.
Top patient outcomes for orthopaedics
Our orthopaedic and spinal surgeons offer rapid diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal problems including back surgery and joint replacements. With a fully-equipped diagnostic department offering onsite MRI, CT, x-rays and ultrasound, and support from our chartered physiotherapists we cover every aspect of the patient pathway to ensure a return to full mobility. Ranked fourth in the UK for patient outcomes (PROMS) after hip surgery performed between April 2014 and March 2015.