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Document Scanning Services

At Hugh Symons, we offer a range of professional document scanning services for customers across the UK. Our police approved secure scanning facilities have the capacity to scan more than 2 million images per day, and data security, confidentiality, and GDPR compliance are at the core of everything we do. For organisations looking to digitise their paper filing systems, we offer high-quality, cost-effective scanning solutions to support digital transformation. 

Health Records

With extensive experience in digitising health records, we have worked with over 130 NHS Trusts and Health Boards, Private Healthcare groups, and General Practices, providing tailored solutions for all projects and delivering data into a variety of customer systems. Our services include fully outsourced scanning and support for in-house scanning operations.

Archive Scanning

In addition to health records, we also scan a wide range of document and file types for our customers, including large format documents such as plans, technical drawings, and calculations, and fragile or bound documents which require special care. Our large format scanners can handle documents up to A0 size, with the ability to scan up to 600dpi for outstanding image quality.


On Demand Scanning

We offer an on-demand scanning service for customers with ad-hoc or regular scanning needs, with the option for expedited turnaround times when necessary. This service is available for both document and microfilm scanning, with flexible options to suit all customer needs.

By digitizing their records, our customers are able to access, manage, and audit their information much more efficiently and securely. We take a partnership approach to all our projects, working closely with our customers to develop optimum solutions that meet their expectations and requirements.

The scanning service was excellent. The initial visit to view our paper files identified our needs precisely. The scanned files were of excellent quality and, without exception, referenced and labelled correctly.

~ Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

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