The Radiology Department provides advanced imaging services to the patients and clinicians within the hospital. A service is offered to GPs in the catchment area, and we also offer tertiary care to hospitals within and beyond the Ireland East Hospital Group.


Our service

Our radiology service is led by highly qualified radiologists with dedicated fellowship training from world-leading medical centres. The multidisciplinary team includes radiologists and radiographers, and nursing, physics, administration and support staff.

We are actively involved in ongoing clinical research and training to ensure the best possible service is provided to all who access our service. The introduction of new technologies and equipment is always done with a patient focus very much to the fore.

In 2015, the team completed 192,000 radiology procedures. Our range of services include emergency, elective and urgent care for all areas of the hospital, including cancer, cardiovascular, spinal trauma and stroke.

We provide a GP service for:

  • General X-rays
  • Skull and maxillofacial X-rays
  • Fluoroscopy-barium imaging
  • Mammography
  • Ultrasound 
  • Chests: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 8am to 4.30pm (walk-in service)
  • Potential fractures: Monday to Friday, 8am to 4.30pm (walk-in service)

A referral letter/request from your doctor/dentist is required for all imaging services, including the walk-in service.

Results

GP results will be sent out within five to seven working days.


Related services



Our consultants

Referral information

A referral letter/request from your doctor/dentist is required for all imaging services, including the walk-in service.

All Mater Hospital consultants can order your examination electronically.

Letters from GPs can be faxed, posted, emailed or dropped into main radiology reception on Level 2 of the Whitty Wing.

Your appointment

Once we have received your letter of referral, it will be reviewed by a clinical specialist radiographer and you will be given an appointment date. Our administration staff will post out a letter outlining the date and time of your appointment and any preparation that is required for examination.

If you wish to reschedule or cancel an appointment, please contact us by phone, email or fax.

In 2015, 3500 patients did not attend (DNA) for a scheduled appointment. Please let us know if you cannot attend, so we can give the appointment to another patient on our waiting list.