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Mayo General choose Shimadzu Art Evolution

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Mayo University Hospital has a total of 306 inpatient beds across the specialities of general surgery, general medicine, orthopaedics, gynaecology, paediatrics, intensive/coronary care, obstetrics, radiology, pathology, anaesthetics, palliative care and emergency medicine.

Mayo Medical Academy developed in partnership with NUI Galway and GMIT for training of doctors.  Centre of Nurse and Midwifery Education at GMIT Castlebar.


Eddie Conran Radiology Services Manager commented

“The replacement of an old plug in mobile unit with the Shimadzu Mobile Art Evolution from HSL (Hospital Services Ltd) was a most welcome addition to mobile ward radiography in Mayo University Hospital. It is a compact, mobile & very versatile unit making it user friendly in tight spaces on wards. The ability to move the whole unit remotely from the tube head is particularly useful when a radiographer finds themselves on the far side of a bed wanting to adjust position”


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Dr Ronan S. Ryan, Consultant Radiologist & Associate Clinical Director

Deirdre Foggin (Senior Radiographer/Sonographer),

Joanne Pemberton (Senior Radiographer/Sonographer,

Imelda Mallon (Radiation Safety Officer),

Eddie Conran (Radiography Services Manager),

Mariosa Kelly (MRI Radiographer),

Joanne Lowe (Clinical Specialist Radiographer).

Michael Leonard Territory Manager HSL

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