More equipment for the new Royal Derby

Pictured from left standing are Philips service delivery manager, Midlands, Simon Bannister, clinical lead imaging Dr Mark Bagnall, Derby service manager imaging Penny Owens, Philips Healthcare UK managing director John Atwill, site superintendent radiographer Sue Johnston, Philips key accounts manager Ian Mitcham and consultant radiologist Dr Rajeev Singh.

Seated are Derby Hospitals Trust ceo Julie Acred, senior radiographer Trudi Whitehead and x-ray assistant Dianne Lings.


Philips Healthcare has supplied the new Royal Derby Hospital with an Achieva 3.0T X Series MRI scanner and an Achieva 1.5T A Series scanner, as well as an Allura FD20 cardiovascular system, an Allura FD10 cardiac system and ultrasound equipment.  


Philips also resited three Bucky systems.  The Allura FD20 is in addition to an existing Allura FD20 already on site. 


The £334 million hospital is the biggest ever investment in healthcare in Derby, providing the very latest in modern healthcare and bringing specialist services together on one site.


See the full report on the back page of the October 2010 issue of RAD Magazine.

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