+ A highly-efficient, subspecialist, remote radiology reporting service
+ A clinically robust and cost-effective service, designed to augment and complement in-house teams, and typically reporting within 24 hours
+ Providing a vital second opinion reporting and clinical audit service
+ A team of highly, experienced sub-speciality trained radiologists
+ Supported by the very latest light-touch technologies, hosted in a secure N3 data centre with the added security of end-to-end encryption
+ A bespoke training academy delivered in partnership with the British Institute of Radiology
To learn more about how we can help you deliver fast, accurate and secure subspecialist radiology services, please call us on 020 7635 1070 or drop an email to email@example.com.
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“DMC Radiology Reporting has provided us with well integrated added capacity to allow us to reduce our turn around times for plain film reports. In addition, their specialist radiologists provide us with added resilience for areas such as MSK and neuroradiology”
Radiology clinical director
DMC Training Academy, delivered in partnership with the British Institute of Radiology, provides expert-led, hands-on practical training and guidance for radiologists at all levels.
+ Courses designed and delivered by sub specialist radiologists
+ Unique, hands-on approach in small groups for a more personalised and interactive teaching experience
+ Lecture light approach
+ Case review on high-resolution iMac displays
To see available courses, please click here.
Training Academy Testimonials
"Fantastic overview of practical HRCT interpretation. The hands-on element made this a much more valuable learning experience than a conventional lecture-based course."
Trainee radiologist, King's College Hospital
"Great opportunity to practise and learn on a difficult topic. Impressive range of cases and really clear lectures delivered by expert speakers."
Consultant radiologist, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
"Very worthwhile day. Excellent cases and the hands-on input from the organisers, who are experts in their field was invaluable. They clarified many points, and took away some of the 'mystique' surrounding HRCT chest imaging."
Consultant radiologist, Royal Bournemouth Hospital