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Bone Density Service moves to Douglas

Mon, 28 Jul 2014

The Bone Density Service has moved from Noble's Hospital to the Community Health Centre in Douglas from 11th August.

It's part of a long-term plan to utilise community health facilities for the delivery of non-urgent care.

This means the facilities at Noble's can be used to give emergency care to patients in a more serious condition.

The bone density scanner is used to assess a patients' risk of having a fracture.

Val Cowgill is a senior radiographer she told us why it's a more convenient scenario: 


  • Val Cowgill

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