The Philippine General Hospital (PGH) introduces Fujifilm’s AMULET Innovality (Full-Field Digital Mammography Machine) and SYNAPSE RIS & PACS (Radiology Information Systems & Picture Archiving and Communication System) at the hospital’s Radiology Out Patient Department at Taft Avenue, Ermita, Manila.
In a simple ceremony led by Dr. Johanna Patricia Adevoso – Cańal, Asst. Vice Chancellor for Planning and Development at University of the Philippines Manila, and Dr. Gerardo D. Legaspi, PGH Director with Dr. Jose Gonzales, former PGH Director, Dr. Nonette Cupino, Acting Chair-Department of Radiology, Dr. Danilo Sacdalan, Section Head OPD Radiology, Fujifilm Philippines (FFPH) President Mr. Ryo Nagaoka, and Medical Systems Division Manager Mr. Evan Reyes.
The Fujifilm’s AMULET Innovality Mammography System offers unique new detector for fast, low dose examinations and has the ability to utilize advanced application. It is also designed to enhance patient comfort and patient experience during mammography procedures.
Fujifilm’s medical informatics system, SYNAPSE allows archiving vast amounts of image information from radiological modalities, managing it all with a single system – resulting in optimized healthcare delivery. These innovative products of Fujifilm contribute to Philippine General Hospital’s better and enhanced patient care.
Currently, Fujifilm Philippines Medical Systems Division continuously stands to its legacy of innovation and commitment to long-term partnership with health care institutions and professionals by introducing new products that are well designed and in implemented platforms.
Fujifilm Philippines through its authorized dealer and PGH started to work together in early 2018, to deliver quality healthcare for Filipinos.
For more information about Fujifilm Philippines, visit https://fujifilm.com.ph.
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