Administration team leader Wendy Rothon, Toshiba account executive Colin Pellow, radiology manager Andrew Milne and CT lead radiographer Dev Matabudul.
Spire Hartswood Hospital at Brentwood, Essex, has acquired a Toshiba Aquilion 64 CT scanner, enabling it to offer CT scans from a static scanner rather than a visiting mobile unit.
The new scanner is sited in a purpose-built extension. It is the second system supplied to the Spire Healthcare Group recently, the first having been installed at Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital.
The Aquilion has a comprehensive array of software packages designed for fast and easy workflow.
Radiology manager Andrew Milne commented: “We are able to undertake more complex work with the new system. We like its functionality, speed, ergonomic design and easy-to-use software.
“We can now do the full range of cross-sectional imaging, including a wider range of interventional procedures such as CT-guided biopsy and calcium scoring.”
See the full report on page 26 of the July issue of RAD Magazine.