Working in Scotland

Working in radiology in Scotland has many advantages. There are opportunities for work across all our diverse centres, with major hospitals across the country. Scotland was one of the first nations to operate with a National PACS, with growing collaborative reporting practices using this between sites and health boards. There are four popular training schemes, and a number of affiliated universities and research opportunities.

Outside of work, Scotland is a beautiful country with plenty to offer everyone, from the Edinburgh Fringe and Glasgow’s Celtic Connections to the new V&A museum in Dundee and the North Coast 500.

More information on working and living in Scotland is available on the Scottish Government and Scottish Medical Training pages.

Radiology posts

Dedicated radiology jobs postings are available at the NHS Radiology Consultant Recruitment Website

Information on training in Scotland and the Radiology Training is available on the Scottish Medical Training website.

List of Radiology Departments in Scotland


Aberdeen Royal Infirmary,

Raigmore Hospital, Inverness,

Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital,

Dr Grays Hospital, Elgin,

Woodend Hospital, Aberdeen


Ninewells Hospital, Dundee,

Perth Royal Infirmary, Perth

Dental Hospital, Dundee


Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh,

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh,

Western General Hospital, Edinburgh,

St Johns Hospital, Livingston,

Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy,

Borders General Hospital, Melrose


University Hospital Ayr,

University Hospital Crosshouse, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire,

Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert,

Gartnavel General, Glasgow,

Glasgow Royal Infirmary,

Hairmyres Hospital, East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire,

Monklands Hospital, Airdrie,

Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley ,

The Royal Hospital for Children Glasgow,

The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow ,

Stobhill Hospital, Glasgow,

Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow,

Wishaw General Hospital, Wishaw

Institute of Neurological Sciences, Glasgow,