Teleradiology Reporting

Services In Uganda

The advancement of technology in medicine has had a significant impact on healthcare. Leading the way in these advancements have been radiodiagnosis and medical imaging.

Currently, radio-diagnosis is crucial to the delivery of care across all medical specialties. The emphasis on evidence-based medicine and the reliance of clinical practitioners on diagnostic imaging has led to an unprecedented rise in the demand for medical imaging procedures and prompt, high-quality reports. Teleradiology reporting services in Uganda were established to meet these demands.

As part of Manipal hospital’s e-health initiatives, Manipal Hospitals has successfully used technology to perform radiology operations across the nation and form the “Manipal Hospitals Radiology Group” (MHRG). Teleradiology Service Provider Company in Uganda is an arm of Manipal hospitals.

Teleradiology solutions in Uganda provide quality teleradiology solutions in Uganda which are effective and aid patients to acquire a better service and healthcare providers to offer a good service.

Why Manipal Hospitals Radiology Group ? 


Years of Experience




Accuracy in reporting



Our Services

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Chest Imaging

Women’s Imaging

Head & Neck Radiology


Musculoskeletal Radiology

Pediatric Radiology

Abdominal Imaging

Emergency Radiology

Meet Our Experts

Dr. Harsha Chadaga

Lead Neurology Imaging

Dr. Rajesh Lavakumar

Lead - MHRG UK

Dr. Navdeep Walia

Lead Paediatric Imaging

Dr. Anita Nagadi

Lead Head & Neck, Oncology

Frequently Asked Questions

Who will be reading the cases and reports?

A team of highly skilled radiologists with training in various subspecialties will interpret the images, reporting from a centralized hub located in Manipal Hospitals, India.

What are your coverage hours?

Teleradiology services are available around the clock to assist our partners in providing 24-hour radiology coverage at their centers/hospitals.

What is the turnaround time for reporting?

At MHRG, we have a TAT dependent on the nature of the case; normal cases are reported within 3 hours, whereas emergencies are reported within 60 minutes. In the case of sub-specialties, we ensure it is interpreted by a specialist & TAT may vary between 3-6 hours

How much time does it take to start a project?

Upon reaching an agreement, services shall commence within a period of 1-3 days. Please refer to the onboarding video for more information.

How do we send images?

Images will be transmitted using a secure platform (PACS/Pusher) that MHRG will have installed at the centre or hospital. After receiving the images, our team will assign the cases to our team of expert radiologists. When it comes to the imaging process, we are adaptable and willing to use the client’s preferred imaging platform.