Riverina's first PET/CT scanner arrives at Wagga's I-MED Radiology Calvary Hospital clinic

Jessica McLaughlin
Updated November 30 2020 - 11:50am, first published 11:48am
BRAND NEW: Joe McGirr and Nick Stephenson are thrilled to see the new PET/CT scanner arrive at I-MED's Calvary Hospital clinic where all the parts were unloaded from trucks on Monday. Picture: Jessica McLaughlin
BRAND NEW: Joe McGirr and Nick Stephenson are thrilled to see the new PET/CT scanner arrive at I-MED's Calvary Hospital clinic where all the parts were unloaded from trucks on Monday. Picture: Jessica McLaughlin

THE Riverina's first piece of live-saving cancer detection technology arrived in Wagga on Monday to mark a big step forward in regional health standards.

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Jessica McLaughlin

Jessica McLaughlin

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