Pictured with the DRX mobile unit are (from left) Carestream chief financial officer and vice president Mike Pomeroy, UK managing director Charlie McCaffrey, medical physics operational manager Tina Jones, associate professor of radiology at John Hopkins University School of Medicine Dr John A Carrino, and Carestream digital medical solutions president Diana Nole.
Mike Pomeroy, chief financial officer and vice president of Carestream Health, and digital medical solutions president Diana Nole recently visited the prestigious new Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
They were accompanied by Dr John A Carrino, associate professor of radiology at the John Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Charlie McCaffrey, managing director of Carestream Health UK.
The new acute hospital, the first to be built in the city for 70 years, admitted its first patients in June and aims to offer the best in care thanks to a purpose-built environment and the latest technological advances.
During their visit the guests were able to see the three Carestream DRX-Evolution modular DR systems installed in the A&E department and three Kodak DirectView 7500 systems in the inpatient department.
See the full report on page 30 of the December 2010 issue of RAD Magazine.