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KEMH CT scanners repaired and back in service

King Edward Memorial Hospital (File photograph)

Patients will be able to get their CT scans at the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital again, the Bermuda Hospitals Board said today.

The BHB used the Brown-Darrell Clinic in Smith’s to cover scans while repairs were carried out on the hospital’s two scanners.

The clinic carried out 17 urgent scans for the Emergency Department over a four-day period from January 27 to January 30.

But a BHB spokeswoman said that the CT scan service restarted on Monday.

Anthony Fitzgerald, the BHB’s vice-president for clinical operations, thanked the Brown-Darrell Clinic for its assistance.

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Published February 04, 2022 at 7:55 am (Updated February 04, 2022 at 7:55 am)

KEMH CT scanners repaired and back in service

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