Nagasaki University Hospital

The International Medical Center at Nagasaki University Hospital recently added Luminous SkyCeilings to their main diagnostic suites featuring General Electric’s SINGA Architect MRI and Siemens Healthineers’ Magnetom Vida MRI equipment.

The hospital added a third installation above a GE Lunar iDXA bone densitometry scanning bed. All three illusory skies add a credible perceived connection to open skies that enables patients to relax during the scanning procedures.
As the only university hospital in the Nagasaki prefecture, the center is responsible for providing diagnostic services for the entire region. The hospital has rebuilt after the catastrophic damage it suffered when the 1945 atomic blast destroyed the facility.
However, the hospital was rebuilt and leveraging its experience treating atomic bomb survivors, the hospital made significant contributions in radiation exposure medicine by treating the survivors of both the Chernobyl (1986) and the Fukushima Daiichi (2011) nuclear catastrophes.

  • Installed Products
    Classic Luminous SkyCeilings
  • Location
    Nagasaki, Japan
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