Digital broadband MRI receives positive feedback

Seated are senior MRI radiographer Alexandra Wingrove, chair of the League of Friends Pat Bradley, radiology site manager Chris Williams and deputy radiology site manager Emma Dean.  Standing are Philips UKI service delivery manager Aiden Jones and district general manager Lee Moger, senior radiographer Graham Boiling, trust chair Caragh Merrick, Philips UKI key account manager Jane Robinson, MRI lead superintendent John Uren, Philips UKI image-guided therapy business lead Sally Maclachlan, consultant radiologist and clinical director Dr Rob Johnson, chief executive Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust Michelle McKay, MP for mid-Worcestershire Nigel Huddleston, divisional director of nursing Alison Harrison, divisional manager Kate Winwood and senior radiographer Joanna Neale.

Alexandra Hospital, part of Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, has been receiving positive comments from patients since the delivery of an Ingenia 1.5T MRI system from Philips UKI.

MRI lead superintendent John Uren said: “We have experienced very positive feedback from our patients and have seen great improvements in image quality since the new scanner has become operational.  We have to give a massive ‘thank you’ to Redditch League of Friends for funding support, as it has enabled us to purchase Philips in-bore experience.”

See the full report on page 4 of the April issue of RAD Magazine.

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