Mather Hospital in Port Jefferson recently held a ribbon cutting for their new Toshiba Aquilion ONE 320-Slice CT Scanner. The most advanced CT scanner on the Island, it is able to produce 3D images of body structures in much less time than previous models. The $1.8 million system was paid for in part by the hospital and a federal grant secured by US Rep. Timothy Bishop. matherhospital.org.
Kenneth P. Jacoppi, U.S. Rep. Timothy Bishop and Mather President Kenneth Roberts
Mather Auxiliary President Helen Rodowicz prepares to cut the ribbon as (l to r front row) Dorothy Milau (holding ribbon), Kenneth A. Jacoppi, U.S. Rep. Timothy Bishop, Kenneth Roberts, Judith Fortunato, Vivian Viloria-Fisher, and Kathryn Frey (holding ribbon) look on.
Judith Fortunato, Kathryn Frey and Vivian Viloria-Fisher