Mayor opens revamped rooms

On the couch is the Mayor of Stamford, Christine Brough.  With her are (from left) Philips field service engineer Clive Jones, radiology clerk Claire Hutchison, senior radiographers Colette Winter and Marion Stevens, Philips imaging specialist Paul Ringwald, care assistant Amy Poberezniuk, assistant radiology practitioner Steve Allam, superintendent radiographer Alison Telfer, Philips service delivery manager Ian Sims, reporting practitioner Lindsey Bunn and radiology clerk Julie Fletcher.


The local Mayor, Christine Brough, declared open two refurbished x-ray rooms at Stamford Hospital, part of Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.  Both rooms are equipped with Philips Bucky Diagnost TH systems.  


Superintendent radiographer Alison Telfer said: “This is a big boost for the hospital and its patients.  Not only has privacy and dignity been significantly enhanced, but patients now find it easier to get on the table.  The time it takes to x-ray patients is significantly reduced as we can get patients into position faster. ”


See this report on page 18 for the December 2009 issue of RAD Magazine.

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