Louth Meath Hospital GroupRadiology
The Louth Meath Hospital Group consists of the following hospitals, Our Lady of Lourdes Drogheda, Louth County Hospital Dundalk and Our Lady's Hospital Navan. Radiology services are available on all three sites.
v The aim of Radiology in the Louth Meath Hospital Group is to provide a radiological service that is timely, cost effective, and appropriate and of the highest quality making the best use of the resources allocated. This includes a process of continuous quality improvement.
v This combines a high standard of technical care with an equally high quality of personal care in the best possible environment.
v We strive to offer a caring and efficient service to patients and their referring doctors, while recognising the rapidly changing priorities arising in acute hospital care.
v We recognise our legal and moral obligation to limit radiation exposures to the minimum necessary to achieve a diagnosis.
v Building a work environment where each person is valued respected and has an opportunity for personnel and professional growth.
v We respect the rights and dignity of both patients and staff.
v We welcome all suggestions to improve the quality of service we offer.
Radiology Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan:
Radiology Department is located on the ground floor, follow signs from the main front hall.
8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday.
Out of hours on-call system in place 5pm to 9am Monday to Friday and 24 hrs Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays
Radiology Appointments and General Queries - 046 9078564
Radiography Services Manager - 046 9078565
Fax number - 046 9021086
General X-Ray, DEXA, Dental, Ultrasound, Vascular Utrasound, CT and Interventional Radiology.
Service is provided to all in-patients, out-patients, out-patient clinics, Emergency Department, Medical Assessment Unit and GP patients.
Urgent cases are accommodated on the same day.
There is a walk in chest x-ray service.
Routine GP patients and out-patients receive this service on an appointment basis.
CT & Ultrasound:
These services are provided to all in-patients, out-patients, Emergency Department, AMAU and GP patients.
Requests for the above examinations are vetted by a radiologist prior to scheduling.
CT referral must be from a Consultant.
GPs may request ultrasound examinations.
To obtain an appointment for an x-ray examination the patient must provide an x-ray request form or letter from a GP. Appointments can be made either by posting the request form into the radiology department, by phone or by calling into the department.
Please ensure that if you are unable to attend for your x-ray appointment that you contact the radiology department as soon as possible so that we can give this appointment to another patient.
The x-ray images will be interpreted by a consultant radiologist and a report is sent to the referring doctor.
Please contact the Radiology Department if you have any queries or concerns.
Patient Information Leaflets
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Radiation Patient Information Leaflet