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New patient waiting room marks next phase of centre revamp

A new waiting room that has been part-funded by a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund is the latest development in the currently ongoing major revamp of Paul Strickland Scanner Centre.
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A new waiting room that has been part-funded by a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund is the latest development in the currently ongoing major revamp of Paul Strickland Scanner Centre.

The new waiting room has been designed with patient wellbeing and comfort in mind, taking into account research published on the subject.

The new waiting room has become necessary due to a major refiguration of our PET-CT service that is required in order to capitalise on the very advanced new PET-CT scanner that will arrive shortly.

The new state-of-the-art machine, made possible by donations from our supporters, not only produces better scan images but will be able to scan patients much more quickly than our current scanners, meaning a much greater number of tracer uptake bays are required in order to fully capitalise on the new scanner’s capabilities and maximise patient throughput and access.

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