Teleradiology driven by radiologists in Africa

Receive DICOM and NON-DICOM IMAGES securely through MedHub software  from as many local centers as you wish irrespective OF YOUR LOCATION.

Just request the imaging centers you cover to enroll in our platform and all their images will be accessible to you whether you are in Abuja or Canada.Distance is inconsequential.

No more need for physical hard copy films or CD-ROM.

Report them using our intelligent online DICOM VIEWER on your phone, PC or Tablet.

Type or dictate your report…Your choice!!

Send electronically signed reports with imaging center letter head through the platform.

Share the images with as many colleagues as you wish for 2nd opinion.


Teleradiology Solutions
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Join Hundreds of RADIOLOGISTS who are leveraging this simple,cost effective model



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Images are hosted, stored, accessed and reported in a cloud. study retrieval is simple.


We have pattnered with industry leading tech giants in Europe America and Asia


We have put the african perspective into considerationt.


You are free to choose service providers to work with.


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Made up of Radiologists, Radiographers, Medical physicists and IT gurus.CLICK HERE to see our team details in the About us section..

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Call 0701 326 7938, 0815 797 3726, 0806 867 8594.

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  • Free access and trial for 1 month. pay $25 per year subsequently.
  • Access to thousands of local and regional images for Research purposes.
  • Free professional services listing

Teleradiology, or the transmission of medical images from one location to another for the purpose of interpretation by a radiologist, has been at the forefront of telemedicine since its inception, and has become its poster child as the most successful application of telemedicine that exists today

Studies conducted in the US in the early 2000s saw very rapid acceptance and utilization of teleradiology among radiology groups and hospitals (one study showed that utilization tripled over a short 4 year period from 2003-2007). The rest of the world is fast catching up. A study from Japan showed 69% increase in teleradiology utilization by Japanese hospitals from 2006 to 2012. And a European survey in 2011 showed that 65% of radiologists used teleradiology at that time, a number that can only have been expected to have increased since then.READ MORE…