Typical rotation and training locations

A specialist trainee will typically spend 5 years in training with certain sub-specialties requiring 6 years, these include Interventional Radiology and Nuclear Medicine. The School of Radiology is a pan North East training scheme that is organised into Core and Higher training. Training placements have been designed with the curriculum of the Royal College of Radiologists at their core so that training posts in hospitals throughout  the region play to the strengths of those hospitals and maximise the training opportunities of specialist trainees at various stages of training. A rotation typically lasts 4 months.

As a radiology trainee you could rotate through any of the following hospitals during your training within Health Education England North East & Cumbria:

Please see our Rotation Policy for information on how trainees are allocated to posts.


Why train at HENE?

The School of Radiology at Health Education North East is unique in having the only validated electronic case archive for radiology training in the UK: MacLab.

Find out more on our recruitment website

Academic Training

We offer one of the most successful academic programmes in the UK, working with top class scientists in a fantastic and supportive research environment.


Radiology Rotations

Please see our rotation planning procedure which details how trainees are placed across the region.