A Medivet branch has partnered with telemedicine consultants VetCT to launch a referral CT and MRI imaging service to vet practices outside the Medivet group.

CT and MRI imaging service launched to external referral practices in areas such as Hertfordshire and London.

The technology at Medivet Hendon, provided by VetCT, provides a detailed report within 24 hours and, in urgent cases, inside four hours.

Referring vets wishing to use the service will gain access to their cases on VetCT’s dashboard, with opportunities to discuss them with imaging specialists.

Jerry Dunne, Medivet Hendon branch manager, said: “We have worked closely with expert CT and MRI radiologists from VetCT to guarantee the highest possible image quality and allow the most precise and accurate interpretation and diagnosis. We are very excited to launch this service to external referrals in areas such as Hertfordshire and London.”

The unit is open for referrals Monday to Friday, from 9:30am to 7pm. Prices depend on the weight of the patient and the number of areas being imaged.

External referring vets will be sent more information about the service, with further details of when it will be available to use. For more information, call 0208 202 6344 or email hendon@medivet.co.uk

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