Canterbury radiographer will help sports heroes

Hannah Snell looks through the CT scanner at BMI The Chaucer Hospital.


Canterbury radiographer Hannah Snell is celebrating the news she will be a games maker for the Paralympic Games this year.


Hannah is a radiographer at BMI The Chaucer Hospital and will be working in the Olympic village medical centre as one of the medical games makers.  She will be on stand-by to carry out MRI or CT scans if the need arises.


Mum of two Hannah applied in response to an advertisement from the Society of Radiographers.  She said: “I really didn’t think I’d be chosen, but I applied as I thought it would be the most amazing thing to be part of.  I couldn’t believe it when I received the e-mail to tell me I had been selected.  I’m very excited, I still can’t believe it and I am really proud to be part of it.”


See the full report on page 2 of the January 2012 issue of RAD Magazine.

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