New Gamma Camera Department at Royal Surrey Hospital
CLIENT – Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust
VALUE – 570K
DURATION – 20 Weeks
The new Gamma Camera Department at Royal Surrey Hospital normally involves the injection of a radioactive drug followed by images of the distribution of that drug within the body. Most tests will require an initial injection followed by a delay of a specified time followed by a set of images. Gamma cameras typically consist of large-area sodium iodide scintillation detectors that are highly sensitive for the detection of low levels of radioactivity in the body.
The department refubishement was carried out in 3 phases of work.
1st Phase – Temporary relocation in order for the other phases to commence
2nd – Installation of Gamma Camera Scanning Room and Reception Area
3rd – Gamma Camera Scanning Room and Consulting Rooms
The new Gamma Camera Department at Royal Surrey Hospital consisted of the following:
-Code 4 Lead lining of new surrounding areas
-Mechanical (new ventilation, AC installation, pipework reconfiguration and new sanitary ware).
-New Acrovyn doorsets
-Installation of new lead-lined ceiling
-Installation of lead-lined pass through hatches
-LED skylight panels in Scanning Room
Burstow Lodge Court Burstow Lodge Business Centre, Chapel Road, Horley RH6 9YR