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Kleyn Imaging is a clinically led diagnostic imaging service bringing locally delivered Healthcare closer to patients and referrers. We are committed to delivering high quality services through highly skilled and caring professionals led and provided by trained personnel and UK Consultant Radiologists. We work closely with local commissioners and secondary care providers; integrating Kleyn Imaging into the local healthcare community.

Our services originally commenced with delivering community diagnostic services in the North West of England in 2009. Kleyn Imaging now performs in excess of OVER 8000 scans per annum from various locations located for your convenience.  Kleyn Healthcare is CQC registered and fully compliant with the regulatory body, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) the independent regulator of all health and social care services in England.

Kleyn Imaging offer 2 weeks assured scanning and UK Consultant Radiologist reporting with a 24 hour working day turnaround. As you would expect we have a robust clinical governance system and a highly clinical audit system in operation of which is subject to external review.

Types of Services we provide

We currently provide MRI scanning, Ultrasound scanning and Digital X-ray services based at multiple sites across the UK.  We work closely with groups of UK based clinicians and NHS bodies, including evolving and established Clinical Commissioning Groups to offer high quality, cost-effective community based specialist services for their local patients.

Our Ultrasound services are based within local GP practices, offering convenient access for patients also offering the opportunity for clinical practitioners to interact with consultant radiologists and sonographers to deliver high quality patient centered care.

Our mobile MRI scanners will make more cost effective services to be delivered through optimal utilisation of mobile equipment including offering access to remote often very rural areas.

Contact our specialist team for more information or a meeting to explore how we could make a difference to your community.

Call us to discuss your local needs or to discuss Partnership working.

Our clinical advisory consultants are available to discuss our services and the senior clinical leadership teams are also available for telephone appointments and face to face meetings for prospective clients looking to bring in new services or move services out of traditional settings into the community.

We would welcome enquiries from:

  • Acute Trusts
  • Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG’s)
  • Private Providers
  • GP practices

We are currently based across multiple sites in the North of England and Lincolnshire delivering our projects, but we have mobile units and new builds taking place across the country to base services from with our partner organisations.

  • Ultrasound
  • MRI
  • Digital Radiology (X-Ray)



Ultrasound scanning is a safe and painless diagnostic tool used to examine many different parts of the body such as liver, gall bladder and pelvis. It’s also very useful in identifying musculoskeletal injuries in joints such as the knees or shoulders. It uses sound waves to create images of organs and structures inside your body. As it uses sound waves and not radiation, it is thought to be harmless.

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MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging and as the name suggest the scanner contains a very strong magnet. This established diagnostic scanning technique uses the principles of magnetic resonance and there is no radioactivity or x-rays used.

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Digital Radiology (X-Ray)

Digital Radiology (X-Ray)

As part of Kleyn Imaging's commitment to patient and referrer services we will shortly be commissioning x-ray scans. An X-ray is a safe and painless procedure that IS often used to produce images of the inside of the body. It's a very effective way of looking at fractured bones, such as a broken arm or wrist. X-rays can also be used to examine organs and identify problems. An X-ray can highlight a lung infection, such as pneumonia.

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Location & Directions

5 Allen Street, Warrington,
Cheshire, WA2 7JD

01925 555663