It is the only acute hospital serving the population of mid-Wales.
It’s also the main hospital for the students of Aberystwyth University.
The improved screening equipment is being provided through the National Imaging Programme.
The new scanner to be installed at Bronglais by 2020.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to produce detailed images of the inside of the body.
The benefits of the National Imaging Programme include improved reliability and better-quality imaging for more accurate diagnosis.
“Over the years we have worked on many healthcare projects, from the UK to Hong Kong, and understand the vital importance of fire protection in hospitals and care homes,” said Jane Embury, marketing director.
Fire safety in hospitals falls under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, itself under the Regulatory Reform Act 2001, and which covers virtually all public buildings.
It requires fire risk assessments, fire safety policies and an operational strategy for implementing them – including rehearsed plans for the safe evacuation of patients, staff and visitors, without reliance on external agencies.