Helping to Prevent Cancer
Representatives of the hard services provider which arranged a series of fundraising events that were supported by staff and clients, attended the unveiling ceremony in Kent.
The digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) was acquired for £74,000 and will allow clinical staff to benefit from detailed, 3-D mammographies of breast tissue, which are used to detect cancer early and improve patient outcomes.
Speaking at the event, a spokesperson for Darent Valley Hospital, said:
"We really couldn’t have raised such a fantastic amount of money without the support of our fundraisers, including Charlotte Pinder and Lee Rumble from Artic, who took part in a 'Cycle to Amsterdam' bike ride, and Artic Building Services who very kindly sponsored us."