InHealth Group Limited

0333 202 0300 Beechwood Hall, Kingsmead Road , High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP11 1JL



  • 1st Place for InHealth at BIR Awards 2019
  • New 2 week wait cancer pathway in Oxfordshire
  • InHealth’s new Community Health Clinic in Romford

InHealth is the UK’s largest specialist provider of diagnostic and healthcare solutions.

Founded in 2004, InHealth’s registered office is in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire and their services operate from more than 300 sites across the United Kingdom.

With 2,500 staff, including 1,500 clinical specialists and patient management teams, InHealth’s mission is to make healthcare better by working with hospitals and commissioners across the NHS and independent sector, with over 98% patient satisfaction.

Their wide range of services span numerous pathways and are delivered in a range of facilities, including InHealth purpose-built diagnostic centres, hospital sites, community health centres, GP surgeries and mobile units. InHealth see more than 3 million patients a year.

InHealth’s partnership with the NHS during COVID-19:

InHealth is proud to have worked with the NHS for more than 25 years, providing a range of healthcare solutions across the UK and treating more than 3 million patients each year.

During the national emergency, InHealth’s relationship with the NHS has never been more important and they are incredibly pleased that as an Independent Healthcare Provider, a partnership agreement was been signed with the NHS, to provide additional, critical capacity and resource. Supported by their team of 2,500 staff, a range of InHealth diagnostic services was fully committed to the NHS, providing scanning services, staff, equipment and other resources to support the National Health Service in fighting the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Departments and services

  • Audiology

  • CT

  • Cardiac

  • DEXA

  • ENT

  • Echocardiography

  • Endoscopy

  • Interventional cardiology

  • MRI, including Open MRI

  • PET-CT

  • Radiographer Reporting

  • Screening services: diabetic eye screening, AAA screening, breast screening

  • Ultrasound

  • X-Ray

Latest news

1st Place for InHealth at BIR Awards 2019

We are absolutely delighted to have won the 2019 British Institute of Radiology 'Make It Better' award for our work in making screening more accessible for women with learning disabilities.

Working in partnership with Surrey County Council Adult Social Care, Surrey & Border Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Learning Disability Liaison Service and Surrey Choices who provide a range of support services to improve the independence, confidence and life skills of those with a range of disabilities, we aimed to improve awareness and attendance of the routine NHS breast screening invitation, by spending time with women with learning disabilities, carers and support organisations to understand the barriers to women attending their appointments.

Research showed that there was a particularly low uptake of these life-saving appointments among women with learning disabilities, so by working with GP practices and specialist LD teams, we implemented a flagging system to allow for a reasonably adjusted screening offer to be made. This included introducing an Accessible Information Standard (AIS) Notice Board that was displayed on-site, offering the option of information in an ‘accessible format’, easy read step by step guides to breast screening and staff receiving tailored training. A clinical and non-clinical ‘Learning Disability Champion’ was also nominated, supported by tailored information that created a better experience with screening staff. Reasonable adjustments such as extended appointment times were also offered to ensure sufficient time and resources were made available for women. Finally, carers and care workers were provided with more knowledge about the NHS Breast Screening Programme, giving them the tools to signpost women to those who could help.

As a result, the number of women with learning disabilities who attended their appointments increased from 50% in 2016/17 to 66.7% in 2017/18 – a 15% rise in appointment uptake.


Last updated on 14 October 2019.

New 2 week wait cancer pathway in Oxfordshire

InHealth Endoscopy has become the first independent provider to deliver endoscopy services under the new “2 week wait” pathway.   The expanded service will support Oxfordshire CCG in their objectives to improve local access, bring care closer to home, improve cancer outcomes, reduce delays in diagnostic pathways and integrate care pathways between providers.  InHealth Endoscopy, which has been delivering services to the local population for over 5 years from a JAG accredited unit in Witney, plans to open 2 new locations in Oxfordshire by Spring 2018.

This expansion provides us with an opportunity to improve clinical outcomes which exceed the JAG and BSG requirements, and meet the latest standards for patient comfort, privacy and dignity


Last updated on 27 December 2017.

InHealth’s new Community Health Clinic in Romford

InHealth has added a further multi-service, with the new Community Health Clinic in Romford, officially opened by the Mayor of Havering, Cllr. Linda Van den Hende.

The clinic will provide the local boroughs of Barking, Havering and Redbridge with direct to endoscopy services, and a state-of-the-art,community Breast Assessment Clinic delivering a triple assessment of imaging, clinical examination and biopsy.   It also houses a histopathology laboratory utilising a digital pathology platform for the highest quality and fast turnaround times and with state-of-the-art equipment and advanced, modern surroundings it also offers the best working environment for staff.

We are extremely proud of this new facility which creates the opportunity to provide greater access to tests, shorter waiting times and improved clinical outcomes for patients.

Last updated on 27 December 2017.

Last updated on 05 February 2021.

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