On Wednesday 26th May, The Yorkshire Clinic based in Bingley, officially opened its brand new diagnostic facilities following the latest development of the hospital’s MRI and CT scanner services. The development will further enhance the hospital's facilities for private, insured and NHS patients within the local community and further afield, providing diagnostic scans of the highest quality.
The opening was officially launched by The Lord Patel of Bradford OBE with a small number of special guests from the local healthcare community including Mr Sajid Azeb, Chief Operating Officer at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Mr Walter O’Neill, Strategic Head of Keeping Well and Mr Chris Balson, Senior Head of Strategy Change Delivery from NHS Bradford District and Craven Clinical Commissioning Group along with staff and consultants from The Yorkshire Clinic. The Lord Mayor of Bradford (Councillor Shabir Hussain) was unfortunately unable to attend and sent a video of congratulations to the team.
Attendees received a tour of the new state of the art facilities and were able to see Lord Patel and Nick Costa, Chief Operating Officer, Ramsay Health Care UK ‘cut the ribbon’ to officially open the department.
Debbie Craven, Hospital Director at The Yorkshire Clinic said: “We are very excited to officially open The Yorkshire Clinic’s brand new MRI and CT diagnostic unit. The new department will provide patients with a state of the art facility in a safe and custom built environment and the improved imaging quality allows much more effective diagnosis, enabling The Yorkshire Clinic to meet the increasing demand for the services and improve the overall patient experience”.