The NAEOTOM Alpha has just came into operation at S.I.S Can Tho Hospital, expanding image diagnosis capacity and grant S.I.S Can Tho a competitive edge.
Siemens Healthineers proudly celebrates three decades of unwavering commitment to healthcare excellence in Vietnam
The annual congress of Vietnamese Society of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine (VSRNM) took place in Da Nang, Vietnam. One of the largest academic conferences of VSRNM, this prestigious two-day event drew the participation of over 800 attendees from across the country.
Xin Man District Hospital in Ha Giang province achieved a significant milestone by unveiling its state-of-the-art CT scanner, the SOMATOM go.Now
Ho Chi Minh City
Unveiling the “Photon Counting CT” technology at HCMC Congress of Radiology
Access to CT new mobile workflow and low dose examinations
Le Van Thinh Hospital has successfully implemented the SOMATOM go.Top to further enhance medical examination and treatment capacity and expands the hospital's medical portfolio.
Cardiac health: In great shape but close to death
"I was extremely lucky," says Frank – and it's not a visit to the casino that he's referring to. It’s a life-saving check-up.
State-of-the-art cardiology in rural Portugal
Learn how a provincial hospital turned into one of Portugal's most renowned centers for heart disease. And why distance doesn’t matter.
Strategic cooperation is the key to the future of Vietnam's health sector
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
As a leader in medical technology, Siemens Healthineers plans to cooperate with multilateral organizations to make affordable quality healthcare accessible to everyone, everywhere in Vietnam.
A five-star hospital for everyone
Stepping boldly to deliver exemplary service in Vietnam
The Customer Services team at Siemens Healthineers carved out a plan of action to rehabilitate several hospitals in Da Nang and minimize damage to their medical equipment during the historic and unprecedented flooding
In this Innovation Talk, Dr. Christina Triantafyllou looks at patient experience during the pandemic from three different angles: patient perspective, the view of medical personnel, and the role of digital technology in healthcare.
Imaging in a heartbeat
At a leading hospital in Lucerne, Switzerland, radiology specialists are virtually connected with technologists and patients within a network of affiliated hospitals. Thanks to the new software for remote scanning assistance, knowledge transfer is fast, easy, and cost-effective. An additional benefit is that patients have a shorter waiting time for their scan appointments – which has turned out to be especially useful in these times of the COVID-19 pandemic.