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Medics trained on radiology to improve diagnosis, treatment

The one-day forum was focused on gastrointestinal and abdominal radiology

In Summary

• The clinical radiology trainings by GE and KAR are geared towards achieving better health outcomes
• The first GE Healthcare Radiology Day was held in 2019 on “Interventional Radiology” Click to edit the intro

KAR chairman Dr Elijah Kwasa and GE Healthcare senior VP Financing Jennifer Kinyoe
KAR chairman Dr Elijah Kwasa and GE Healthcare senior VP Financing Jennifer Kinyoe
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GE Healthcare and the Kenya Association of Radiologists recently held the 2nd Radiology Clinical Day to train more than 100 radiologists on the latest medical imaging technologies and techniques to improve diagnosis and disease management.

The one-day forum, themed ‘Elevating Radiology’, was focused on gastrointestinal and abdominal radiology.

GE Healthcare EA senior VP financing Jennifer Kinyoe said accurate diagnosis is a result of quality imaging services done with quality technology by competent healthcare professionals.

“We are honoured to partner with KAR to ensure Kenya’s medical technologists are equipped with the right skills to continue providing better outcomes for patients.”

Participants at the GE Radiology Clinical Day
Participants at the GE Radiology Clinical Day
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Medics listen to the training
Medics listen to the training
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View from the back
View from the back
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Some of the radiology machines used in the training
Some of the radiology machines used in the training
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Medics ask questions regarding the radiology machines
Medics ask questions regarding the radiology machines
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