CT strategy is fit for the future at Croydon hospital

Canon Medical Systems account manager Jamile Siddiqui, CT superintendent Anne Geoghegan, chairman of Croydon Health Services NHS Trust Mike Bell, Tessa Sanderson, CBE, superintendent radiographer Simone O’Connor and lead consultant radiologist Dr Ketul Patel.

To meet increasing demands in cardiac CT and future-proof its general imaging capabilities, Croydon University Hospital has upgraded its CT scanner to an Aquilion One Genesis Edition CT from Canon Medical Systems.

Olympic gold medallist Tessa Sanderson, CBE, who has family links to Croydon, was invited to open the new scanner.

“The new scanner replaces an ageing piece of equipment to bring our CT imaging strategy firmly up to date,” said CT superintendent Anne Geoghegan.  Growing cardiac CT lists and general imaging workload pressures will now be met confidently and innovatively.”

See the full report on page 3 of the July 2018 issue of RAD Magazine.

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