Our imaging center is proud to offer an electronic picture archiving communications system (PACS). The PACS system digitally transmits and displays images allowing for immediate access to both historical and current patient information resulting in increased efficiency for the staff, as well as website access to all physicians treating the patient:
Our radiology equipment is a completely digital system engineered to deliver superb diagnostic imaging. It combines dose-efficient image quality with the procedural flexibility needed to handle virtually any radiographic exam.
Computed Tomography (CT) Scanner
A CT scan is a simple, safe, and painless examination providing a detailed look at any area of the body. The scan produces a series of images and can detect many conditions that do not show up on conventional X-rays. Our equipment has the capabilities to detect and help make an accurate diagnosis of your condition. The results help determine the best course of treatment for you.
The award-winning design of the GE Essential Senocare digital mammography machine offers comfort for screening and detecting breast cancer combining technology and quality to provide sharp, excellent and reliable images.
Ultrasound addresses today’s clinical environment with superior image quality, computational power, and image management. GE LOGIQ 8 offers leading advancements in ultrasound imaging for the entire patient exam-abdomen, OB/GYN, vascular urology and pediatrics.
With Bone Density, patient scanning is quick and automated with QuickScan capability. This unique feature makes the equipment the fastest pencil-beam densitometer on the market, allowing rapid acquisitions without compromising the precision of the results. Bone Density exams are used for the screening and early detection of bone loss.
The center houses a medical laboratory and draw station. On-site the lab can perform basic laboratory services including urinalysis, complete blood counts and general chemistries. For more advanced tests, samples will be referenced to the medical laboratory at Jellico Community Hospital.