Toshiba to Provide 20 Xario Ultrasound Systems to Oregon Institute of Technology
Toshiba To Be Exclusive Provider of Ultrasound Systems at Oregon Center for Health Professions, Providing Cutting-Edge Technology to Students
"Toshiba America Medical Systems' strong commitment to education and training matches our own," explained Martha Anne Dow, president, Oregon Institute of Technology. "Our goal is to offer students training on the best technology available to prepare them for high-tech, high-demand careers in the medical field. Using Toshiba Xario ultrasound systems provides our students access to cutting-edge technology and software that is setting standards in many hospitals today."
Toshiba's Xario ultrasound system is recognized for its features that promote operator comfort and ease of movement, with advanced imaging techniques, superb image quality and high spatial resolution. The Xario quickly and accurately delivers the high-quality images necessary to distinguish minute cardiac and vascular structures. OIT will be using the Xario systems for all of its programs, including Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Vascular Technology and Echocardiography.
"Toshiba is proud to partner with OIT, a leader in undergraduate health education, on the installation of 20 Xario systems," said Gordon Parhar, director, Ultrasound Business Unit, Toshiba. "Together we look forward to providing the best possible education experience for future medical professionals."
OIT offers the only hands-on training ultrasound bachelor's degree in Oregon and is one of only three schools in the country that offer a vascular technology bachelor's degree. Toshiba's Xario is the exclusive system for OIT's ultrasound department.
The opening of OIT's Oregon Center for Health Professions will double the size of its student body by expanding current programs and adding new health programs. The new state-of-the-art health sciences facility with laboratories, classrooms, clinics and offices will continue to set the standard for excellence in healthcare education in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.
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