Radiology facelift in Harrow

Pictured in the back row are Northwick Park VC co-ordinator Janice Muckian, Toshiba UK md Matthew Stork, CT superintendent radiographer Vicki Miller, Toshiba technical support manager Paul Parsons, product support manager Matt Solomon and clinical lead Tanuja Khiroya.  In the front row are radiology department assistants Olga Brooks and Rafia Rauf, clinical director Dr Michele Marshall, radiology department assistants Francesca Marcus and Josephine Sanga and senior radiographer Sonal Patel.


A Toshiba Aquilion 32-slice CT scanner has been installed in a newly refurbished radiology department at Northwick Park and St Mark’s Hospitals in Harrow, Middlesex.  The department has undergone a £2.6m facelift, with part of the funds being spent on new equipment.  The new CT system is sited at Northwick Park with workstations located at both hospitals.


The Aquilion 32 is sited in an expanding department.  CT superintendent radiographer Vicki Miller said: “We were looking for a second machine to complement our existing 64 slice scanner.   Having two scanners ‘back-to-back’ in the newly refurbished department has enabled us to cope efficiently with a busy workload.”


See the full report on page 31 of the September 2009 issue of RAD Magazine.

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