26 Apr, 2024 @ 11:10
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New and modern facilities dedicated to Diagnostic Imaging at the Quirónsalud Marbella Hospital on the Costa del Sol

The Quirónsalud Marbella Hospital has recently completed an expansion of its Diagnostic Imaging facilities, marking the culmination of a significant investment in this area.

The new space in the Singlehome building, just up the road from the Quirónsalud Hospital in Marbella, covers an expansive 2,000 square metres and is exclusively devoted to radiological examinations.

The state-of-the-art facilities propel the Marbella health centre into a leading position in Diagnostic Imaging services.

Dr. Iván Artero, who leads the Diagnostic Imaging Service, explained that the new amenities are integrated with the existing facilities to enhance patient care efficiency. The upgraded technology suite includes basic radiology equipment, advanced ultrasound machines, computerised tomography, orthopantomography units, and cutting-edge high-field MRI systems.

Dr. Artero also emphasised the strategic design and layout of the facilities, which play a critical role in enhancing patient assistance.

Not only that, but the addition of spacious, comfortable waiting areas helps to create a relaxing environment that reduces patient stress and anxiety ahead of diagnostic procedures, reflecting the centre’s dedication to patient-centric care and healthcare excellence.

Diagnostic Imaging is vital for the early detection of illnesses, which is crucial for timely treatment and personalised care planning.

According to Dr. Artero, the precise results from these imaging tests are fundamental in assessing the progression of a disease, monitoring the patient’s response to treatment, and refining therapeutic approaches.

This precision enables more effective interventions, potentially decreasing complications and improving patient outcomes.

Dr. Artero, an expert in Interventional Radiology, uses sophisticated imaging technologies to perform minimally invasive procedures. These procedures, including tumour embolisation, angioplasty, catheter placements, and radiofrequency tumour ablation, offer patients numerous benefits such as shorter recovery times, reduced pain, and fewer risks of complications.

The introduction of tele-radiology is another enhancement, expanding the hospital’s diagnostic capabilities.

Service coordinator, Francisco Pacheco, highlights the benefits provided by the latest technological advances by “allowing us to obtain a precise image in our centre and have it interpreted remotely by expert radiologists, which guarantees quick access to specialised and experienced professionals at all times.”

The Diagnostic Imaging team at Quirónsalud Marbella Hospital includes highly skilled radiodiagnostic doctors, technicians, and ATS, all committed to clinical excellence and personalized patient care, ensuring the highest quality of service.

For more information, please visit www.quironsalud.com/marbella or call
+34 952 774 200

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