Radiology Reporting Online (RRO) has rebranded as Everlight Radiology. The same team, with the same commitment to patient care and timely delivery of reports.

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Everlight Radiology United Kingdom

A lifeline for vital radiology services

As radiology becomes an increasingly diverse and challenging discipline, the need for specialist expertise and round-the-clock support is more essential than ever.

Everlight provides those services as needed – including urgent after-hours or urgent daytime reporting, routine or backlog reporting, or an independent quality assurance service to ensure you’re maintaining the best possible standards in reporting.

About our services

Why Everlight Radiology?

Dedicated Reporting Centres

Fully Automated Technical Solution

Experienced Medical Leadership Council

Rigorous Quality Assurance

200+ Highly Skilled GMC Specialist Consultant Radiologists

Fast Turnaround-times

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A career that will take you further

London, Dublin, Sydney, New York, San Francisco, Auckland, Cape Town…

When we say we ‘follow the sun’ we mean it! Providing 24/7 ‘daylight’ hour radiology reporting means we’re looking for GMC (UK), IMC (IRE) & RANZCR (AUS & NZ) specialist consultant radiologists in all four corners of the globe.

We offer full time, permanent part time and casual opportunities in our state of the art offices or from home around the globe including in Australia, New Zealand, UK, Europe, United States, Canada and South Africa. Our footprint is growing as fast as our business.

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The Everlight Advantage


Clinical quality

At Everlight, our commitment to excellence sits at the core of who we are.

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Bespoke award-winning technology

Find out more about the custom-built technology that’s so essential to Everlight.

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You can rely on Everlight

We have extensive experience

Number of urgent after hours reports last month

March 2019


We meet our guarantees

Reports completed within 1 hour





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News & Events


Imaging Medical and Surgical Devices in the Trauma and Emergency Patient - Register now!

There are many medical and surgical devices that are inserted into the trauma and emergency patient and the radiologist needs to understand the correct and incorrect positioning of all of them and communicate this to the team rapidly. Register now for our free webinar on the 18th July hosted by guest speaker, Dr Elizabeth Dick.

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Getting best value from your outsourcing at UKIO

Dr Robin Evans, Clinical Director and GMC responsible officer at Everlight Radiology will be presenting revised guidance at UKIO in Liverpool this year in his talk 'Getting best value from your outsourcing'. You can watch his presentation on Tuesday 11th June in G6. If you would like to discuss routine or urgent after-hours reporting requirements at UKIO, kindly visit the Everlight stand next to the main entrance or email the team to arrange a meeting.

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An Update on Stroke Imaging - register to watch

Imaging in the setting of suspected stroke is an important topic for all radiologists reporting acute and on-call neuroimaging. Stroke imaging has evolved and grown in importance over the last decade, principally due to the emergence of mechanical stroke thrombectomy. We were delighted to welcome Dr Neil Rane to deliver an update on stroke imaging on the 1st May. Watch the recording here.

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