Lymington realises full benefits of its ultrasound asset

Toshiba Medical Systems ultrasound applications specialist Anthony Clark with advanced practitioners in ultrasound Bev Cook and Aiden Emptage (standing), healthcare assistant Edwina Gannon and lead for ultrasound and x-ray Warren Foster.

Lymington New Forest Hospital has acquired two Toshiba Aplio 500 ultrasound machines for general radiology scanning.  The community hospital, part of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, chose the system for its image quality, ease of use and the technical backup provided by Toshiba.

Lead for ultrasound and x-ray Warren Foster said: “Toshiba has a proven record of reliability and image quality.  Our most recent machine, the Aplio 500, is capable and has high quality for all examination types, which allows a general hospital to fully realise the asset.  Toshiba has also provided a full and competitive after sales package to allow us to have confidence that we will be supported over the life of the system.”

See the full report on page 21 of the February 2014 issue of RAD Magazine.

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