Princess Royal has an upgrade

Pictured at the handover of a GE Healthcare Logiq E9 to the Princess Royal University Hospital are (from left) consultant radiologists Dr Preminda Kessar and Dr Denis Baker, senior radiographer Janice Lalemi, superintendent sonographer Don Jayasinghe, staff nurse Claire Loydall, radiographic assistant Helen Ebers, sister Stacey Parker, radiographic assistant Vickie Wade, GE Healthcare ultrasound specialist Jayesh Odedra and lead consultant radiologist Dr Linda Turner.


The E9 was one of 12 ultrasound systems supplied recently under a managed equipment programme provided by United Medical Enterprises and GE Healthcare, which ensures that medical equipment is always fully maintained and updated to meet current and evolving clinical requirements.


Other modalities covered under the programme are MR, CT, digital and analogue radiology, x-ray mobile units, fluoroscopy, vascular x-ray and nuclear medicine systems.


Superintendent sonographer Don Jayasinghe commented: “We are very pleased with the GE Ultrasound machines supplied under the PFI agreement. Scanners are very user friendly and produce very good images.”


See the full report on page 3 of the October 2010 issue of RAD Magazine.

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