Bristol Royal Infirmary has recently acquired three brand new Samsung GM85 AccE systems from MIS Healthcare

In a groundbreaking move to enhance patient care, Bristol Royal Infirmary has recently acquired three brand new Samsung GM85 AccE systems from MIS Healthcare. This strategic investment marks a significant leap forward in advancing medical imaging technology within the hospital. The choice was made adding to the three existing mobiles in the BRI taking their Samsung mobile count to six.

A pair of these cutting-edge systems is set to revolutionise diagnostics at St Michael’s Hospital, with a specific focus on the neonatal intensive care unit. The implementation of digital x-ray technology will aid the speed and quality of treatment for the hospital’s tiniest patients. This development underscores the commitment to providing swift and precise care to those who need it most.

Meanwhile, the third system is destined for the Bristol Heart Institute, where its advanced features are poised to make a considerable impact. The incorporation of a large screen in these systems is expected to be a game-changer for both radiographers and clinicians. This feature will empower healthcare professionals to capture exceptionally high-quality images while minimising radiation exposure, a crucial factor in ensuring patient safety.

The Bristol Royal Infirmary’s strategic investment in these Samsung GM85 AccE systems reflects a dedication to staying at the forefront of medical technology. By embracing these cutting-edge solutions, the hospital is not only enhancing the efficiency of its diagnostic capabilities but also setting new standards for patient-centred care. This move reinforces the institution’s commitment to providing the best possible outcomes for their diverse patient population.

As healthcare continues to evolve, the Bristol Royal Infirmary’s investment in these state-of-the-art imaging systems is a testament to their unwavering commitment to innovation and excellence in patient care. The deployment of the Samsung GM85 AccE systems is a significant step towards a future where advanced technology and compassionate healthcare converge for the benefit of all.

Acute plain film imaging lead radiographer Gerry Attwood added – “The implementation of these three new digital mobile units will have a huge impact on the imaging service that we are able to provide to some of the most acutely unwell patients in the hospital.  We look forward to using this new equipment.”

Picture: MIS Healthcare account manager Liam Hamilton,  radiographers Hannah Butler, Kathryn Stewart, Dan Stedman, and Zach Thomson-Smith, MIS x-ray applications manager Mark Fuller and applications specialist Zoe Packham Smith, acute plain film imaging lead radiographer Gerry Attwood and radiographer Nelleen Seecharan.

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