GenesisCare renews the technology park at its centers in Castilla-La Mancha. The radiation oncology provider reinforces its commitment to Castilla-La Mancha with an investment of nearly $5.5 million (€5 million) in the last year in the region. The technological renovation includes the centers in Alcázar de San Juan, Talavera de la Reina and Guadalajara.
The company has earmarked $2.75 million (€2.5 million) for technological improvements and renovation work at its radiotherapy oncology center in Alcázar de San Juan, which treats more than 400 patients a year.
The renovation began in 2021, with the aim of offering the latest treatments, as well as modern and comfortable facilities for cancer patients in the region of Alcázar de San Juan, and the nearby municipalities of Ciudad Real, Cuenca, and Toledo, such as Tomelloso or Manzanares. The center is scheduled to open its doors in mid-April. Members of the global executive committee will visit the facilities shortly and will participate in the official opening ceremony in early May.
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GenesisCare has more than 350 oncology centers around the world
The works have meant a great qualitative leap forward, equipping the Alcázar de San Juan center with innovative technology such as a state-of-the-art Elekta Versa HD linear accelerator that allows techniques such as stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and stereotactic body radiotherapy (Sbrt), as well as volumetric modulated radiotherapy (Vmat).
This technology allows high treatment doses, up to three times higher than conventional doses. In this way, hypofractionated treatments can be offered, which means a smaller number of sessions, according to medical prescription. The company has also equipped the center with a new General Electric Discovery RT computed tomography (CT) system to enable 4D treatment planning.
Brendan Capell, CEO of GenesisCare, explained that “we continue with our center renovation strategy to offer our patients the latest technology, the best professionals for personalized treatment, as well as an excellent experience during their visit to the center.”
In addition, as part of the renovation of the Castilla-La Mancha region, a new General Electric Discovery RT planning CT was installed last year at the Guadalajara center and the company is, in turn, renovating the Talavera de la Reina center, which will be completed by the end of this year.
The company has more than 350 oncology centers around the world: more than 300 in the United States, more than thirty in Australia, and more than ten in the United Kingdom, in addition to more than fifteen in Spain. On a global scale, the company has more than 5,000 doctors and treats more than 450,000 patients a year.
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