Invigorated fund-raising helps the Daisy Appeal

Signing an agreement for a Biograph mCT from Siemens Healthcare to be installed at Castle Hill Hospital are Daisy Appeal Charity chairman of the trustees Professor Nick Stafford and Siemens UK healthcare sector md Gunter Dombrowe.  Also pictured are Siemens molecular imaging product manager Lawrence Foulsham, Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Trust deputy chief executive and director of nursing Mike Wright, charity trustees Trevor Boanas and Dr Assem Allam, trust chief of innovation and strategy David Haire, charity accountant Mike Auton and Siemens divisional director of imaging and therapy Peter Harrison.


The Daisy Appeal, a charity that aims to improve treatment and research opportunities in cancer and heart disease for people in the Hull and East Yorkshire region, has helped to secure funds for the purchase of a Biograph mCT from Siemens Healthcare.  


“Thanks to invigorated fund-raising in the area we are now in a position to sign a contract with Siemens Healthcare and begin the exciting steps in taking delivery of the Biograph mCT system for go-live in early 2013,” said Nick Stafford, founder and chairman of the trustees at the Daisy Appeal. 


 “Once the system is operational, we aim to improve research and development in oncology in the first instance and eventually extend this to cardiac and neurology research.”


See the full report on page 25 of the February 2012 issue of RAD Magazine.

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