Early diagnosis saves lives

ABOUT US

We’re an independent medical charity working to improve the lives of people affected by cancer and other serious conditions. We do this through medical research and by providing the best possible patient care using high quality MRI, CT and PET-CT scanners.

With help from our supporters, we were able to scan a record 17,400 patients last year, giving them and their families hope for the future.

Scans We Offer

Modern technology, expert team, caring approach

MRI

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a type of scan that uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to produce detailed images of the inside of the body. We offer MRI scans at 1.5T and 3T, depending on patient need.

CT

An X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) scan uses X-rays and a computer to create detailed images of the inside of the body. We produce superior high resolution images with far less radiation than the national standards set by the NHS.

PET-CT

Positron Emission Tomography (PET-CT) scanning is not generally available in local hospitals and while mainly used for detection and diagnosis of cancer, it is also of benefit in neurology, infection imaging and other areas.

FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

In-depth knowledge, high quality scanning

Paul Strickland Scanner Centre maintains exceptional patient satisfaction rates while giving patients access to very high quality scans, reported by our in-house team of consultant radiologists. Although we're an independent medical charity we have strong links and contracts with a range of NHS partners and private healthcare providers.

A heavily research active clinical team means we're at the forefront of developments in scanning technology.

FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

In-depth knowledge, high quality scanning

Paul Strickland Scanner Centre maintains exceptional patient satisfaction rates while giving patients access to very high quality scans, reported by our in-house team of consultant radiologists. Although we're an independent medical charity we have strong links and contracts with a range of NHS partners and private healthcare providers.

A heavily research active clinical team means we're at the forefront of developments in scanning technology.

How We Help

With your support, we can make
a difference to patients and their families

PATIENTS SCANNED LAST YEAR
MONEY SPENT DIRECTLY ON HELPING PATIENTS %
Patients who would recommend us %
Patient stories

"My visit was fantastic and the staff that looked after me were the best I’ve ever had."

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OUR RESEARCH

Better treatments, better ways of working

Our team is actively involved in clinical research to help make patients, as well as the NHS, better - whether this is by advancing imaging science or finding new and better treatments for cancer and other serious conditions.

Our scanners are used in research to improve early cancer detection as well as treatment monitoring, ensuring the best possible treatments for our patients that are right for them.

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As an independent medical charity that receives no Government support, we need every penny you can raise.

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News & Views

Find out what's happening in imaging and how we're helping patients.

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Centre supports International Day of Radiology

8 November, 2017

Paul Strickland Scanner Centre is today (8/11) highlighting the crucial role played by medical imaging in modern healthcare by supporti...

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Grow a moustache and raise money to help men with cancer

26 October, 2017

Cancer is the most common cause of death in British men, with 86,000 diagnosed in 2014 according to Cancer Research UK. Paul Strickland...

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Centre consultant receives 2017 ICIS Gold Medal

3 October, 2017

Anwar Padhani, lead MRI consultant at Paul Strickland Scanner Centre, has just received a major international award.

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How to find us

We're based in Greater London, just inside the M25.

By Car

There are three entrances to Mount Vernon Hospital leading to car parks.

Gates 1 and 2 are located on Rickmansworth Road (A404). Both have large car parks. It is often easier to find a space to park in these car parks, but they are further from Paul Strickland Scanner Centre.

Gate 3 is on White Hill. This is the nearest car park for Paul Strickland Scanner Centre

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You cannot drive through the hospital site so the relevant gate must be used to access your preferred car park.

By public transport

We're outside walking distance from Tube or Railway Stations, but several buses stop at Mount Vernon Hospital.