Cobalt to receive first 3D extremity system

Standing behind are Carestream’s Piero Cerofolini and Ian Yorkston.  In front are Carestream’s Mark Stewart, Jane Grimsley, Cobalt ceo Peter Sharpe, CT superintendent Roisin Dobbin-Stacy and Carestream’s Martin Stewart.

Cobalt Health is receiving the first Carestream OnSight 3D Extremity System to be installed in the world at its imaging centre at Cheltenham.

As a long-standing Carestream customer, Cobalt was the first facility in the UK and Ireland to implement the MyVue Patient Portal and currently has Vue RIS and Vue PACS installed.  The medical charity says it has history of assisting in the adoption of new services in the NHS by early investment in new technologies such as MRI and PETCT.

Chief executive Peter Sharpe said: “Cobalt is proud to be working with Carestream to deliver the first cone beam CT service in the world using the pioneering Carestream OnSight 3D Extremity System.  This new venture will fulfil our objective to develop new services to support patients across the UK.”

See the full report on page 2 of the April 2017 issue of RAD Magazine.

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