If you have been given an outpatient appointment at the hospitals and are unable to attend for whatever reason you can use the form below.
It is really important that you let us know of any changes as soon as possible. This means we can offer the original appointment to another patient.
Please complete the form below with your contact details and as much information as possible. You can find most of the information we need on your appointment letter.
If you have any problems using this form, please call the number on your appointment letter and we will do our best to help you. You will receive a response from us so you know it has been received and actioned.
If you wish to change the date and time of your appointment you, you can click the re-book option and state any dates that are not suitable for you, or you can contact us using the number on your appointment letter.
CT stands for Computerised Tomography and is a diagnostic technique in which the combined use of a computer and x-rays passed through the body at different angles produces cross-sectional images of tissues. Departments on both our sites incorporate modern spiral CT equipment.
Any body area can be scanned using CT although the most common examinations are:
We provide CT scanning at Warrington Hospital and at Halton General Hospital (from the Cheshire and Merseyside Treatment Centre).
Examinations are carried out Monday – Thursday 8am – 7.30pm and 8am - 3pm on Friday at Warrington and 8am – 4.30pm at Halton (Cheshire and Merseyside Treatment Centre) with occasional weekend sessions.
The scanner at Warrington is also available 24 hours per day, seven days per week for emergencies.
Telephone: 01925 662452
The scans are performed by a team of experienced radiographers, most of whom have undertaken an additional Postgraduate Qualification in CT, and then reported by Consultant Radiologists.
Patients undergoing body scans are asked to drink a volume of water immediately before their examination, which can take up to an hour to fill the digestive system, prior to the scan being performed. They may also require an injection of an iodine-based agent as the images are acquired. This highlightss the blood vessels which supply the body organs, and can make the images clearer for the Radiologists to interpret.