BMI Goring Hall selects MRI with ambient lighting

Philips UKI field service engineer Alex Dinnage, service delivery manager Peter Chase, BMI acting executive director Nichola Evans, imaging assistant Jo Sharples, Philips imaging systems account manager Barry Heathcote, radiographer Shaji Varughese, senior MRI radiographers Sharon Morris and Nicola Hinton, imaging manager Jennie Joannides and radiographer Rosana Shayne.

BMI Goring Hall Hospital in West Sussex has received an Ingenia 1.5T MRI system from Philips UKI.  Part of the BMI Healthcare Group, the hospital treats a mix of private and NHS patients, with orthopaedics and oncology forming a large proportion of the imaging department’s workload.

Senior MRI radiographer Nicola Hinton said: “We selected the Philips system for its wide bore, image quality and relaxed ambient lighting.  It enables us to not only offer additional services such as MRI small bowel and MRI breast imaging, but also to meet, with more flexibility, the demands of the incoming workload.  The image quality is fantastic and the wide bore, together with the excellent communication tools and ambient lighting, all help to reduce concerns.”

See the full report on page 29 of the June 2017 issue of RAD Magazine.

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