Pennine Acute Hospital’s DR mobiles fit the bill

At Fairfield General Hospital are Fujifilm senior account manager John Casson, senior radiographers Charlotte Byrne and Louise Heap, radiology manager Michele Mayes and Fujifilm applications specialist Alex Worsely.

Fairfield General Hospital in Bury and The Royal Oldham Hospital, Greater Manchester, are the latest to take delivery of Fujifilm FDR Go mobile x-ray units.  The hospitals, part of Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, selected a C35 D-Evo II detector with Virtual Grid, and Royal Oldham also added the smaller C24 detector for use in its neonatal department.

“We wanted a DR mobile that was intuitive, easy to manoeuvre and small enough to fit into the single-bed side rooms on our older wards,” said Fairfield General’s radiology manager Michele Mayes.  “The FDR Go fitted the bill perfectly and offered us everything we wanted from a digital mobile unit.  In addition we have recently ordered the Fujifilm Visionary Suite DR room, so selecting a Fujifilm mobile will allow for detector sharing.”

See the full report on page 8 of the July 2017 issue of RAD Magazine.

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