GE installs first Discovery PET/CT 600 series units

By staff writers

February 18, 2009 -- GE Healthcare has begun installing its first Discovery PET/CT 600 series scanners.

The first clinical installations will be completed at Baptist Hospital of Miami in Florida; University Hospital of Bichat in Paris; Queensland X-Ray at the Mater Hospital in Brisbane, Australia; Duke University Medical Center in Chapel Hill, NC; and the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, according to the Chalfont St. Giles, U.K.-based vendor.

In other news, GE has appointed longtime GE executive Terri Bresenham as vice president and general manager of its global molecular imaging business.

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Scott & White orders GE's Centricity, January 30, 2009

GE, Medipattern to build ultrasound tools, January 29, 2009

GE Healthcare's numbers drop in 2008, January 23, 2009

GE to consolidate Wisconsin units, January 16, 2009

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