X-Rays

X-rays sign East Surrey Hospital

An X-ray is a safe and painless procedure that’s often used to produce images of the inside of the body.  X-rays are commonly used to check the health of bones and internal organs.

East Surrey Hospital

Services are available both by appointment and walk-in. The X-ray department is open weekdays 9am – 4:30pm.

To make an X-ray appointment call 01737 231 604.

Out of hours: There is a 24-hour service at East Surrey Hospital which supports the emergency department.

Crawley Hospital

Crawley Hospital offers a walk-in service.

To make an X-ray appointment call 01293 600 300 x3039.

Out of hours: The Urgent Treatment Centre operates with plain film imaging support from 9am – 10pm.

Horsham Hospital

X-ray is offered on an appointment system. A walk-in service for chest radiography and urgent cases.

To make an X-ray appointment call 01403 227 036.

Caterham Dene Hospital

A community hospital run by First Community Health & Care and offers appointment.  X-ray services are provided here seven days a week for GP X-ray referrals as well as supporting the minor injuries unit based here.

Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm
Weekends and bank holidays (not including Christmas day): 10am – 5pm

To make an X-ray appointment call 01737 231604 / 231611.

For further information call 01883 837511.

Patient information

What are X-rays?

 

Information for GPs

GPs can refer patients direct to the X-ray department.  Results are normally sent back to GPs electronically within four days, although many are sent within 48 hours.

To refer a patient for X-ray, GPs fill out a patient request form and the patient can either book an appointment, or go direct to their nearest hospital and wait to be seen.

Resources for GPs and clinicians

Electronic imaging request form Feb 2018