Horton General Hospital in Banbury, England, has installed new and improved x-ray equipment to help provide better patient care. The addition is part of a £3.2 million (approximately $4.4 million) upgrade to the hospital.
The equipment, installed late in 2018, was designed to provide physicians with high-quality images while reducing radiation.
“The x-ray room looks much better than it did before. It’s lighter, fresher, more spacious, and a better place for patients and staff,” Andrew Robinson, radiology manager at the hospital, told The Oxford Times.
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