Construction work has officially now begun on a new state-of-the-art diagnostics centre at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital at King’s Lynn, where members of staff from the hospital recently joined the R G Carter team for a ground breaking event.

The centre will house cutting-edge scanners which will be used to diagnose monitor a variety of conditions including cancer, heart disease and respiratory conditions, and aims to reduce waiting times for patients needing MRI and CT scans, and X-rays.

This is the second DAC facility across Norfolk and Waveney R G Carter are proud to be delivering for the NHS, the one at James Paget hospital in Great Yarmouth having started on site last month.

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