Scotland's Western Isles get first CT scanner
This article was originally published in Clinica
Scotland's main hospital in the Western Isles (Stornoway, Isle of Lewis) has been equipped, for the first time, with a CT scanner. Unveiling it today, together with a refurbished A&E department, Scottish health secretary Nicola Sturgeon described the unit as "state-of-the-art". Until now, the island's population had to travel to the mainland to receive a CT scan.
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