Medical Photography


Location

About Us

The official patient photography service for Kingston Hospital is located in The Princess Alexandra Wing, (PAW) otherwise known as the Dental Unit. The reception desk at PAW can direct you once you arrive. The service regularly involves  taking clinical photographs of patients in studio, and on  Hospital Wards. A professional digital camera is used and all media is held on secure server. There is just one member of staff covering the service, his name is Mark Evenden.

 

 

The Team

Head of Medical Photography

Mark Evenden

How to Refer

Please use this form to send images to Medical Photography:

Images cannot be accepted without mandatory details included.

 

Also, it may be helpful to take a look as this guide to help you optimise photographs that will be beneficial to the clinical teams:

Taking photos, basic tips

  • Daylight. Cameras are optimised for full daylight use and so if this is possible this is recommended.
  • Backgrounds. If backgrounds are of a plain colour eg all white or black, this will help.
  • A general view accompanied with a close up. Please take a general view of the area eg the arm before taking close up images of the arm; this will help orientate the views.
  • Getting close up images in focus. There are apps available online to help with close up photography. The trick is to get these in focus

Further tips

  • Higher resolutions are preferred to aid quality of reproduction
  • If possible a ruler could be place near the lesion to help illustrate magnification.

Contact Us

Open: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday

Closed: 1pm to 2pm (last patient 4.45pm )

How to Access Services

If you have been asked to book an appointment by the clinical teams from Kingston Hospital you can telephone photography direct, telephone number: 020 8934 2352 or email (mark.evenden1@nhs.net).
Photography is located in The Princess Alexandra Wing, (PAW) otherwise known as the Dental Unit. The reception desk at PAW can direct you once you arrive.


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