Closer to the two-week target at Southampton

From left are league of friends secretary Noreen Purvis, Philips Healthcare sales specialist ultrasound Rosie Franklin, consultant radiologist Dr Caroline Rubin, superintendent radiographer and breast imaging manager Jane Derham, Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust chief executive Mark Hackett, league of friends chairman Martin Bovey, consultant general surgeon Mr David Rew and director of Southampton Hospital Charity Veryan Grant.


Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust has acquired a Philips iU22 ultrasound system for the Southampton and Salisbury Breast Imaging Unit at Princess Anne Hospital.  The system, purchased by the league of friends, expands the unit’s capacity and assists in meeting the two-week waiting target.


Consultant radiologist Dr Caroline Rubin said: “We selected the scanner for its image quality and we have not been disappointed.”


See the full report on page 18 of the April 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.

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