Tyone, Nenagh, Tipperary, E45 PT86
Phone: 067 42342
From the main entrance, turn left at the end of corridor on the left hand side
9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
Radiology uses medical imaging to diagnose and treat diseases. The Radiology Department provides a range of services including: breast ultrasound, cath lab, CT scans, endoscopy, fluoroscopy, hybrid theatre vascular imaging, interventional radiology therapy, mammogram, MRI scans, nuclear medicine, obstetric ultrasound, ultrasound and x-ray.
CT scans or CAT scans use x-rays and a computer to create detailed images of the inside of the body. They are used to diagnose a number of conditions including: damage to bones stroke cancer How CT scans work A CT scanner is a large ring-shaped machine. The x-ray scanner inside the ring rotates in small movements around your body as you lie on a bed that moves backwards and forwards through the ring. As you move through the machine, the scanner uses a series of x-ray beams to scan parts of your body and build up detailed images. It is a painless procedure and lasts from 10 to 20 minutes, depending on the type of CT scan you are having.
Referrals and Appointments
Available to: All patients (paediatrics from 6 years)
Who needs to refer you: Consultant GP
Referral Information: Referral letter
Special instructions for patients during COVID19
We may ask you to:
- wear a face mask/other PPE
- attend at less social hours to facilitate extended operating hours of services
- attend a virtual clinic
- complete a checklist on day before coming to hospital (the checklist will be provided with your appointment letter)