The Nuclear Medicine Physics Department is located within the St Luke’s Wing of the Royal Surrey County Hospital.  We provide comprehensive scientific support to diagnostic nuclear medicine and PET services both within the Trust and across Surrey and Sussex, and we also coordinate and administer molecular radiotherapy treatments at the Royal Surrey.

The Department is headed by a consultant Clinical Scientist, and is staffed by:

  • 12 Clinical Scientists
  • 1 Research Scientist
  • 1 Radionuclide Therapy Co-ordinator
  • 1 Nuclear Medicine Nurse
  • 1 Administration staff member
  • 3 Specialism Trainee Clinical Scientists
  • Clinical Scientist Trainees on rotational placements
  • Industrial placement students from the University of Surrey (Physics and Computing)