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Department of Radiology Department of Radiology


Welcome to the Department of Radiology

Welcome to the Department of Radiology at Martin Army Community Hospital. We appreciate your interest in our department and we look forward to sharing the scope of our services with you.



The pages you will see here will allow you to become familiar with the services offered and our teaching activities. I hope that the time you spend with us is enjoyable and worthwhile. I welcome your comments on any aspect of our web page.



Our hours of operation are:
  • Normal 0835-1630 Monday thru Friday.
  • Weekends/Holidays/After hours - Emergency care only.

We are committed to provide the highest quality service, radiologic diagnosis and therapy, and training in direct support of patient care. The Radiology Department strives to provide the highest quality radiologic services as an integral part of the Martin Army Community Hospital health care team while pursuing continuous improvement and innovation.

MACH Department of Radiology will soon be on the cutting edge of imaging technology with the addition of an electronic image management system called PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System). Images will be formed, read and stored electronically and there will no longer be a need for "hard copy" x-rays in most cases.

The MACH Department of Radiology offers radiologic services to support MACH and the assigned beneficiary population.

Studies performed include:

  • Diagnostic Plain Film Radiography
  • Fluoroscopy
  • Computed Tomography
  • Ultrasound
  • Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine
  • Mammography
  • Limited Interventional Procedures


The Radiology Department and personnel go through rigorous training, testing, and inspections to provide its patrons with the highest level of care possible. These include but are not limited to:



Objectives:

1. Provide the best radiographic procedure for each and every patient.

2. Provide the optimum patient care and keep waiting times at a minimum for both routine    and scheduled radiographic examinations.

3. Keep both the equipment and technologists up-to-date with new technologies,    continuing education and advanced training.

4. Gravitate to a totally digital and filmless (print on demand) department.



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