Havant NHS Diagnostic Centre
Havant NHS Diagnostic Centre

How to refer patients to Havant NHS Diagnostics Centre and exclusion criteria

How to refer a patient:

For X-rays, you can refer patients to us in various ways:

  • providing your patient with a referral form to bring to our walk-in and wait clinic during opening hours (our preferred method)
  • fax your referral to 02392 476649
  • or post your referral to: Havant NHS Diagnostic Centre, Oak Park Community Clinic, Lavant Drive, Havant PO9 2AW
  • via NHS e-Referral Service 

For ultrasound and echocardiograms, patients will need an appointment.  Therefore we require your referral to be provided via fax, post or choose and book as per the details above.

If you are posting or faxing a referral, please detail the patient’s medical history and any other relevant information that you feel would be beneficial for the consultant at the centre to know.

Diagnostic imaging exclusion criteria

Before you refer to our X-ray, ultrasound or echocardiogram tests, please check the following exclusion criteria:

  • Pregnancy
  • Patients below 18 years

Please remember that we only provide general abdominal, renal and gynaecological ultrasound scanning tests.

For more information about our service or referring to the centre, please contact:

Tracey Brodie Diagnostic Imaging Manager
  023 9285 8432

Deb Jeavons-Fellows Operations Manager
  023 9285 8414

Penny Daniels Hospital Director
  023 9285 8442

 

 

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