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Level 6, West, 350 Euston Rd, London NW1 3AX
There’s a reason over 180 hospital sites across the UK trust Everlight Radiology to provide essential round-the-clock support to their in-house radiology teams.
At a challenging time for NHS radiology departments, Everlight provides instant access to a hand-picked team of over 250 experienced GMC Consultant radiologists, located in offices or home-hubs in every time zone in the world.
That’s because our radiologists work daylight hours, ensuring they are fresher, faster and more accurate than if they were working extended or overnight shifts in the UK.
As specialists in Emergency Radiology, we offer turnaround times of as little as 15 mins for initial urgent reports, alongside a full suite of routine, subspecialist and audit reporting services.
We believe our quality assurance process is second to none, because a minimum of 5% of our reports are peer-reviewed. Which is just one of the reasons Everlight is the only teleradiology provider to be rated outstanding by the CQC.
It is always daylight in the Everlight world. Our radiologists work daylight hours, increasing their speed, accuracy, satisfaction and wellbeing.
With dedicated reporting centres and home hubs in every time zone, we provide round-the-clock access to experienced consultant radiologists working daylight hours.
Everlight’s team of over 250 GMC Specialist Consultant Radiologists offer a complete breadth and depth of subspecialist expertise, overseen by our Medical Leadership Council of leading clinicians.
Our bespoke systems and technologies enable seamless integration with hospital sites, ensuring the speed, accuracy and integrity of data transfer and reporting.
As the UK’s leading provider of emergency radiology reporting, we deliver a preliminary report in as little as 15 minutes through our urgent daytime and out-of-hours services.
Everlight sets the standard for quality assurance in teleradiology. A minimum of 5% of our reports are peer-reviewed, with discrepancy rates consistently well below all published benchmarks.