CT scanners deliver a series of cross-sectional views of bones and soft tissues, allowing us to assist with diagnoses. These images are known as “slices” and can be compared to slices of bread from a loaf; the thinner the slice, the more detail available.
Our highly trained technologists perform CT scans (diagnostic computed tomography scans) under the guidance of board-certified radiologists. Our 64-slice CT scanner offers high-resolution images to assist with diagnosis while also offering a reduction in radiation dose.
With this technology—in addition to a new four-slice CT scanner in the Cancer Center—we are able to offer convenient, same-day scanning, with no downtime.