Patients and staff at Good Hope are set to benefit from the arrival of a new state-of-the-art CT scanner.
Work will begin to remove the old scanner on 7 July, allowing for the surrounding area to be refurbished ahead of the arrival of the new equipment which is planned to be up and running in September.
The new scanner will not only provide the team with higher quality images, but the equipment will allow for an extended range of exams for patients.
Upgrading the CT scanner is part of a wider £3 million equipment refurbishment project running throughout the Imaging Department.
Good Hope has already seen the arrival of a new ultrasound machine and a complete refurbishment of the x-ray room in its Emergency Imaging Department. Please note that alternative CT provisions will be in place at Good Hope whilst the refurbishment work is undertaken to
ensure minimal disruption to the service.