Senior Radiographers Lisa Murtagh and Mary Sweeney alongside Michael Leonard of HSL
Located on the outskirts of Galway City, Galway Clinic is renowned for its exceptional healthcare services and dedication to providing the highest quality patient care. This state-of-the-art medical facility offers a wide range of specialist services, including cardiac care, oncology, orthopedics, and expert diagnostics and imaging. Galway Clinic’s commitment to utilizing advanced medical technologies to enhance patient care has recently led to the installation of the cutting-edge Multipurpose floor-mounted C-Arm Fluoroscopy system, known as the NRT Intelli-C, supplied and supported by HSL.
The Intelli-C takes multi-purpose to a new level with wide projection flexibility and innovative features that enhance user ergonomics and patient comfort. The is a modern, versatile multi-purpose tilt-C X-ray system which in addition to serial and fluoroscopic imaging offers an extensive range of static, DR imaging capabilities. It combines state-of-the-art imaging with unique positioning flexibility, a true hybrid that delivers optimum capacity utilization.
Tim Morgan the Acting Radiology Services Manager commented.
“ The introduction of the NRT Intelli-C system from HSL has been a fantastic addition to the imaging department in Galway Clinic. The system offers features not available on other system like the innovative detachable table option enables users to detach and park the table-top on a trolley in few simple steps. This provides optimal space inside the C-arm for variety of examinations “
Galway Clinic’s commitment to providing cutting-edge healthcare services is exemplified by its adoption of advanced medical technologies like the NRT Intelli-C system. This state-of-the-art equipment not only enhances the capabilities of the imaging department but also underscores the clinic’s dedication to delivering top-tier patient care. As medical technology continues to advance, Galway Clinic remains at the forefront, ensuring that patients receive the best possible diagnosis and treatment.