What is a Community Diagnostic Centre?

A Community diagnostic Centre (CDC) is a one-stop shop for patients across Nottinghamshire to access the tests and investigations they need in a single visit, reducing the time it takes for patients to be referred to help them receive an ‘all clear’ or diagnosis sooner.

In a huge step towards advancing healthcare accessibility, we are thrilled to announce that a CDC is now open within Mansfield Community Hospital in Stockwell Gate, Mansfield. 

On February 2024, work started on the multimillion Centre at Mansfield Community Hospital. Click here to read more about the building works.

Mansfield CDC currently offers blood tests (phlebotomy), MRI, echocardiogram and ultrasound with andrology, pulmonary function, X-RAY & CT scans coming to the new purpose-built.

Anticipating the facility's full-scale launch, we are excited to announce that the purpose-built centre is expected to open its doors to its first patients as soon as March 2025.


How can I work in the new CDC?

As well as delivering tens of thousands of additional health checks each month, the new Community Diagnostics Centre will also create almost 200 jobs for local people in a range of clinical and non-clinical roles.

For current job vacancies across Sherwood Forest Hospitals, please visit our current vacancies web page.

Have any more questions?

If you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to reach out. Email us at sfh-tr.mansfieldcdc@nhs.net and we'll be happy to help.