Secondary Care

Fujifilm wins two new providers

Pennine Acute Hospitals has chosen Go Fujifilm for their new Mobiles for their x-ray unit.

“We wanted a DR mobile that was intuitive, easy to manoeuvre and small enough to fit into the single bed side rooms on our older wards” said Michele Mayes, Radiology Manager at Fairfield. “We have received lots of compliments on the improved image quality and our ward doctors are highly impressed with the new digital mobile and the fact that they can see their images immediately.”

Fujifilm has also announced Twenty-five Harley Street in London a day clinic that focus’ on women’s health and well-being has selected the Fujifilm Visionary Suite DR room solution and Synapse PACS package.

“Twenty-five is constantly looking for ways to improve our patient’s experience,” said CEO Bob Davidson. “When the clinic decided to enhance our service by including medical imaging we were looking for a complete system that offered cutting edge technology.  We selected the Fujifilm Visionary Suite DR room solution and Synapse PACS package as it offered exceptional image quality with advanced functions which allow us to provide a comprehensive medical imaging service to our patients.”

The advanced functions offered by Fujifilm, including Image Stitching and Tomosynthesis, were important features for the clinic.  “The Image Stitching function which automatically stitches multiple images within the selected parameters is really quick and easy to use” said Helen Wilson, Imaging Manager. “The joints between the images caused by patient movements are automatically corrected and results are excellent.  Our radiologists have commented very positively on the quality of all the Fujifilm images – in fact we all love the image quality!  The Synapse PACS system completes the package and enhances our diagnostic capability.  It also enables us to store not only the images we acquire here but also images from other hospitals and specialists.”