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Medical physics and clinical engineering

Box: 152
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Hills Road,
Cambridge,
CB2 0QQ

  • General enquiries/radiotherapy physics: 01223 216 472
  • Radiation protection: 01223 216 908
  • Clinical engineering: 01223 596 194

The department of medical physics and clinical engineering provides a comprehensive range of scientific and technical services to support the treatment of patients, both within Cambridge University Hospitals and through a range of specialist services provided to other Trusts in East Anglia

Physicists, engineers and technicians offer services ranging from managing over 12,400 items of highly specialised medical equipment, to providing specialist advice on the safe use of radiation, and providing essential physics support for radiotherapy treatments for patients with cancer.

Joint Heads of Department: 

Dr Martin Graves (MRI Physics)
Dr Sarah Heard (Nuclear Medicine Physics)
Oliver
Morrish (Radiation Protection)
Dr Simon Thomas (Radiotherapy Physics)
Prof Paul White (Clinical Engineering)