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Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center gets state of art CT Scanner Featured

Written by  Sunday, 11 March 2018 22:25
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Press release

 

Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center is pleased to announce that have a new CT Scanner. The new CT Scanner is the latest in cutting edge technology.


There is no CT Scanner like this one in the area. The best is here in Poteau at Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center.

 

The Revolution EVO made by GE enables EOMC to serve the widest variety of patients and referring physicians with a diversity of applications.


Not only does the EVO limit the amount of radiation exposure to patients, it is designed to reduce noise levels and improve low-contrast Detectability and reduce the dose by up to 82%.

 

The next time you need a CT Scan, or any Radiology Services, tell your healthcare provider that you want to go to EOMC, because they have the best technology for your healthcare.

 

Putting your family's Healthcare First since 1950.

 

What is CT Scanner?
A Computed Tomography (CT) combines X-rays with advanced computer processing technology to create accurate detailed images of your internal structures and organs.
CT exams are quick and comfortable. You will be asked to lie still on a table as it gently moves you through the scanner. Be sure to inform your physician or the technologist if you have any allergies or believe you are pregnant. CT scans allow doctors to see images of your internal organs and structures in great detail from a variety of angles.

 

Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center has been serving the needs of this community for over 60 years by combining the personal touch of a community hospital with state of the art technology. They provide a full range of medical services to the community. Their goal is to efficiently provide comprehensive personal healthcare services by making available modern medical equipment, specialized medical services, and medical knowledge which would be limited without proper facilities.


2017 EOMC Statistics

They had 14,000 ER visits, performed 600 Surgeries and 250 babies were born at EOMC.

David Deaton

Digital Editor at Oklahoma Welcome

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