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 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.
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 informationWhat 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.