TV vet helps launch upgraded equipment at Blacks

Blacks Vets in Dudley, West Midlands, has extended and upgraded its Hall Street hospital to add another operating theatre and install a GE Healthcare Revolution ACT CT system.

Following investment of more than £350,000, the facilities are now fully operational. In an official opening ceremony actor Christopher Timothy, who starred as James Herriot in the original All Creatures Great and Small TV series, gave his seal of approval via video link.

Clinical director Dr Brian Hogan said: “Our ethos is for Blacks to be at the heart of veterinary excellence and this is central to everything we do. The new CT scanner is a fantastic diagnostic tool that will enable us to help our patients even more efficiently and quickly.

Picture: Marking the arrival of a GE Healthcare Revolution ACT CT system are Dr Christiaan Blignaut, Dr Fiona Allsop, clinical director Dr Girish Thakral and Dr Kevin Orembo.

See the full report on the front page of the March 2021 issue of RAD Magazine.

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