Proton Beam Therapy In Your Hospital?

 

Ten facts can help you begin to decide whether Proton Beam Therapy is a realistic opportunity in your hospital.

10 Top Tips for Proton Beam Therapy

Ten facts can help you begin to decide whether Proton Beam Therapy is a realistic opportunity in your hospital.

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The typical footprint is 1,800 m2.

The treatment rooms are 3 storeys high.

The shielding alone requires 42,000 tonnes of concrete.

The challenges associated with these facts are not putting off British hospitals, and Aurora, the UK’s leading PBT shielding design experts for both the NHS and private providers, have been consultants on a number PBT projects in the UK alone.

At the European Healthcare Design Conference 2016, Aurora’s design experts Robert Hill and Jill Reay presented a poster that summarises ten key design facts.

Aurora was very interested to hear about the latest developments in the design of healthcare facilities from international speakers at the conference. Gaining a broader appreciation of the design considerations and drivers helps Aurora to provide the very best advice regarding radiation shielding and other safety features.

Further Information

Discuss your PBT opportunities with our experts here or read more on our Radiation Facility Design page for more information.

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Or click below to see Aurora’s Top Ten Tips for Proton Beam Therapy when Designing a Healthcare Facility.

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