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Danville Diagnostic Imaging Center Improves its Services with New CT and MRI Systems

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Digital radiography news Danville Diagnostic Imaging Center, in Danville, VA, invested more than $2 million for a new MRI and a CT scanner. The new units significantly speed the center's imaging services.

Eric Deaton, CEO, Danville Regional Medical Center, commented: “These upgrades illustrate our commitment to providing the safest, most advanced quality care to the Dan River Region.”

During 2011, the center upgraded its CT system and acquired a 16-slice system instead of its older 4-slice one. Last May, the center started to use a new wide-bore MRI system, which is offering images with high details and significant quality. Larry Weiss, a radiology technologist at the center, said that the wide-bore MRI system offers more comfort to claustrophobic patients.

Dr. Chris Belk, radiologist at Danville Diagnostic Imaging Center, noted the faster performance of the new CT and MRI systems. He said that the recently acquired MRI unit reduces the time needed to scan a patient by almost 50%. The new MRI system extends the imaging services offered by the center to include breast MRI and peripheral vascular imaging procedures. Debra Parrish, the Director of the center, proudly commented: “It’s a new day for us and we’re very, very happy about that.”


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