Visionary Suite room solution installed by Fujifilm is a fully integrated X-ray system that consists of state-of-the-art X-ray acquisition equipment with the latest image enhancement and post processing options
The University of Derby’s College of Health and Social Care’s new X-ray room was recently opened at a ceremony conducted by the Vice Chancellor of the University Professor Kathryn Mitchell, the Dean of the College of Health and Social Care, Dr Paula Crick, and the President of the College of Radiographers, Steve Herring.
‘Our new equipment has exceeded all our expectations,’ said Chris Alvey, Senior Lecturer in Diagnostic Imaging. ‘The Visionary Suite room solution installed by Fujifilm is a fully integrated x-ray system that consists of state-of-the-art X-ray acquisition equipment with the latest image enhancement and post processing options. It has an array of advanced image acquisition options and the Synapse PACS image storage solution that was provided is superb. Both systems together represent a future-proofed investment for the University.
‘As a primary teaching site, our main objective was to procure the latest technology and equipment that would offer superior educational opportunities. Fujifilm provided a solution that meets all those requirements and also offered lecture support from their installation and training teams,’ he added.