The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust is delighted to announce the opening of a new clinical imaging room.
After months of
multiple teams working collaboratively, the new interventional room based
within the Medical Imaging Department at Rotherham Hospital, is now up and
running. The room marks an amalgamation of two clinical imaging rooms rolled
into one, featuring state of the art equipment to support colleagues in
undertaking interventional radiological procedures.
undergoing interventional diagnostic procedures treated in the room which has in-built air filtration and ventilation systems to make
it clinically sterile; allowing specialised procedures to take place. As well
as state of the art, modern fluoroscopic equipment, the room has similar
features to those found in a medical theatre.
Hickling, Professional Lead of the Medical Imaging Department, said: “I
am proud that this space will support us in giving high quality care to
patients and enhancing our patients’ experience.”
Briggs, Chief Operating Officer, visited the room to see its specialised
features first-hand. He said: “Congratulations and well done to the whole team
for working together and making this project a reality. I look forward to
welcoming patients who use this facility. It’s a brilliant achievement.”