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GE Healthcare to provide 900,000 Euro equipment for Emergency Clinical County Hospital Cluj Napoca

Emergency Clinical County Hospital Cluj Napoca, one of the most important public hospitals in Romania, enhanced its diagnostic imaging capabilities with a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system from GE Healthcare.

2017-04-06 14:39:14

The equipment will offer clinicians detailed information about diseases such as cancer, neurological disorders and heart diseases. The new technology will help clinicians from the Emergency Clinical County Hospital in Cluj Napoca deliver better care to their patients and support the future demands of healthcare in Cluj County and for the Nord-Western region, being a state of the art equipment.

The project, amounting to approximately 900,000 Euro, including space planning and five years' full service warranty, including spare parts, was developed based on the hospital's funds and the medical equipment will be paid in 48 monthly instalments.

Petru Susca, the general manager of the Emergency Clinical County Hospital Cluj Napoca said: "We're delighted to be able to offer to our medical team and to their patients' access to state of the art imagistic technologies, helping doctors to be able to offer their medical act in an accurate manner and assess the right course of treatment, in a shorter period. The medical technologies will help the hospital offer high quality medical services to more patients from Cluj County. RM unit acquisition completes the investment and modernization policy which we have implemented over the last three years. Beyond all our efforts, it remains a problem the limited and insufficient funds offered by the National Health Insurance House, for the disbursement of imagistic investigations."



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