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Reddington Hospital launches Hi-Tech MRI Centre


Reddington Hospital launches Hi-Tech MRI Centre

Reddington Hospital launches Hi-Tech MRI Centre

The Reddington Hospital Group, Lagos has again raised the bar in provision of excellent health care service and patients’ management in sub-Saharan Africa as it launched a new Hi-tech Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) centre with the acquisition of 1.5 Tesla Signa Explorer MRI scanner from General Electric (GE) Healthcare.

The new MRI Centre which is housed at the Purple Ray Diagnostic Centre of the hospital in Victoria Island, is a cutting-edge medical equipment technology which delivers clearer, accurate digital imaging and reduces the high noise level and lengthy time associated with the conventional MRI scanning machines.

“It also has technologies to significantly reduce the duration of a scan, improve patients’ comfort, gives high image quality in patients with MRI compatible metal joint implants and improving its utility in certain orthopaedic patients “ says Dr. Olutunde Lalude, Group Medical Director, Reddington Hospital at the launch.

The Purple Ray Centre of Reddington Hospital, which was also relaunched at the event, offers a 1.5T digital MRI with advanced images, 64 Slice CT Scan, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, Digital Mammography, Digital Fluoroscopy, Digital X-Ray, 4D Ultrasound Scan among other diagnostic services.

The Chief Executive Officer, Reddington Hospital Group, Dr. Yemi Onabowale, said the launch of the MRI centre coming four weeks after another specialist centre, the MAXY Super Specialty Centre was launched, is an indication of the hospital’s readiness to provide seamless and quality care in the hospital’s value chain. “We are not playing God but we can assure our patients and all those who use our facilities of 100 per cent accuracy in diagnosis, excellent management and care to complete recovery and wellness” said Dr. Onabowale. He said the 1.5T MRI scanner is able to ventilate a very sick patient while undergoing scanning.

He urged doctors in other hospitals in Lagos and other parts of Nigeria to use the latest technology in the MRI Centre to ensure accurate diagnosis for their patients.

President/CEO GE Sustainable Healthcare Solutions, Mrs. Terri Bresenham said the new 1.5 Telsa Signa Explorer MRI scan is first of its kind in Nigeria and will enable healthcare providers in Nigeria have the same kind of accurate diagnosis in hospitals in Europe, America and some Asian countries.

The Oba of Lagos, Oba Rilwanu Akiolu, who was special guest at the event, lauded the hospital management for the excellent healthcare delivery, tasking it to avail people living in rural areas its excellent medical services through medical missionary.

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