In 1946, a hospital radiation physics service was founded at the original Hull Royal Infirmary in the centre of Hull. The service is now based at the Queen’s Centre for Oncology & Haematology in Cottingham, East Yorkshire.
The Radiation Physics Service provides scientific and technical support in the fields of ionising (x-rays, etc.) & non-ionising (lasers, UV, MRI, etc.) radiation safety, diagnostic imaging physics, nuclear medicine diagnostic & treatment techniques, radiotherapy metrology, treatment planning & equipment management, research & development and teaching & training.
The Radiation Physics Department of the Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust provides suppoert in three main areas. Click on the links below to find out more about the services we provide.
Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine Campaign, 2016 - visit www.ipem.ac.uk for more details.
ADDRESSRadiation Physics DepartmentQueen's Centre for Oncology & HaematologyCastle Hill HospitalCottinghamEast YorkshireHU16 5JQU.K.