"My Alliance Mobile MRI Scan at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. "

About: Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital

(as the patient),

In May 2006 I had a UNI-Compartmental Knee Operation. Unfortunately, for various reasons, I have been in 24/7 pain ever since. More visits to the hospital and eventually the diagnosis was: Gross Arthritis on the Lumbar Spine. And this was why I had to have the MRI Scan.

At the hospital, an Alliance Mobile MRI Scan vehicle was attached to the hospital by an electric umbilical cable. The Receptionist was very pleasant, the Alliance Technician who arrived to collect me was extremely pleasant and whose aim was to relieve any anxiety that I had as a patient, but I was OK with this procedure.

Using a 3-Wheel Electric Mobility Scooter I was conducted onto a lift on the side of the vehicle and into the MRI Scanner Unit. Remove all metallic objects; remove clothing to allow access to the lumbar spine. Help was available all the time and laying on the scanner table, a hidden voice was advising what was going on all through the procedure. Very comfortable journey up until the end, when I needed the assistance of both Alliance Technicians to get off the table.

Having had training from the very best in my line of business, it was very clear to me that Alliance had also trained both technicians to a very high standard. All together a very pleasant experience, even though in extreme pain at the very end. I can recommend Alliance to any potential young person looking for a career in Health Care.

If there is Life after Death I would have no hesitation in an application to Alliance.

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