Cambridge Memorial Hospital Acquires a New MRI System

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Digital radiography news Cambridge Memorial Hospital, Cambridge, Ontario, has recently updated its medical imaging department with a new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system. The latter was delivered last month and it worth $4-million.

Spokesperson of the hospital, Stephan Beckhoff, said that trial scans were carried out on volunteers from the staff of the hospital. Mr. Beckhoff added that the objective of these scans was not to test the new MRI system. Instead, it was making radiologists and radiology technicians more familiar with the latest edition of MRI scanners. Starting from the 19th of March, patients at Cambridge Memorial Hospital will be able to make appointments for using the new MRI scanner. Previously, patients had to go to Guelph or Kitchener to undergo MRI scan.

Jennifer White, executive director of the hospital foundation, said that the 55% of the costs of the new MRI system were covered via donations and pledges. Ms. White hopes that more donations would help the hospital in acquiring more equipment. She explained “We’re hoping with the MRI now in operation, it will put a spring in our step for fundraising,”

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