Manchester rebuilds and re-equips

With two of 13 new GE Xeleris workstations for data processing and reporting are chief technician Kristina Colligan and senior technicians Vicky Boardman and Gill Davidson.


A nuclear medicine centre has been created in central Manchester from the combined resources of the nuclear medicine department of Manchester Royal Infirmary and the gamma camera unit of The Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital at Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.


The centre has moved into purpose-built accommodation within the £500 million new hospitals development of the trust and incorporates a dedicated children’s section, an on-site radiopharmacy and six gamma cameras, with a PETCT scanner being installed.


See this report on page 6 of the December 2009 issue of RAD Magazine.

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