MONTREAL – Christie Innomed has won the call for tenders issued by Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) and Izaak Walton Killam Health Centre (IWK) for the implementation of sixteen mammography solutions across the entire province.
Christie Innomed is committed to bringing innovative technologies to Canadian healthcare institutions in the areas of Medical Imaging, Medical Informatics and Healthcare IT Solutions. In sharing our passion, we strive to establish partnerships, and provide leading-edge technologies to enable our clients to detect and diagnose disease better, earlier and with more confidence.
The Selenia Dimensions digital mammography system from Hologic, renders exceptional image quality through the combination of an innovative and flexible platform. Designed for advanced applications and patented features, it performs screening and diagnostic mammography, as well as interventional procedures and breast tomosynthesis.
Christie Innomed was able to understand the clinical and technical needs of this important provincial care pathway and provide the flexible advanced solution that met the current and future needs of the IWK/NSHA Breast Screening Program.
Martin Roy, President and Chief Executive Officer of Christie Innomed stated: ”Christie Innomed is strongly focused on women`s health; this achievement demonstrates the strength and the value of our products and services on the Canadian marketplace. Our success is a direct result of our expertise in Medical Imaging.”
About Christie Innomed
Established in 1954, Christie Innomed develops, distributes, integrates and supports innovative medical imaging and health information management solutions improving Canadian healthcare performance.
Christie Innomed is a leading medical distributor with over 200 dedicated specialists servicing over 1500 hospitals and clinics.