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Philips Signs Deal With Medipol University Hospital In Turkey - Quick Facts

Royal Philips Electronics (PHG,PHGFF.PK) said it signed a major deal with Medipol University Hospital in Turkey, which will see advanced Philips solutions installed in its new 500-bed hospital in Istanbul, Bagcilar. The deal is worth approximately 13 million euros.

The deal will see Philips install a wide range of its newest cardiology and oncology technologies in the hospital, including some devices for which this will mark their first install anywhere in Turkey. In addition, Philips will be installing general lighting throughout the hospital, as well as consulting on workflow design, to ensure an optimum experience for both patients and staff alike.

Two imaging systems included in the deal and which will be unique to the Medipol Hospital in Turkey, are the Philips BrightView XCT and the Philips Sonalleve MR HIFU system.

In addition, the Medipol Hospital will also be equipped with a sleep lab facility which will benefit from the latest Philips technologies, including the Alice 6 LDx and LDE polysomnography sleep diagnostic systems.

by RTT Staff Writer

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