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Novant Brunswick Hospital Installs New CT Scanner

By Ken Little, posted Jan 2, 2017
Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center recently installed a new state-of-the-art CT scanner.

The GE Optima 660, 64-slice CT scanner offers exceptional image quality, which helps deliver a more accurate diagnosis, according to hospital staff.

“The new CT scanner is a great addition to Brunswick Medical Center because it ultimately allows for more scans to be done in a day. The scanner has new software that significantly reduces the radiation dose for patients and it gives us the ability to offer new exams in the future,” Robin Ashmore, manager of imaging services at Brunswick Medical Center, said in a news release.

Brunswick Medical Center imaging services offers reduced radiation dose without compromising image quality, on-site creatinine testing (I-stat), a 24-hour or less turnaround time and online, phone or fax scheduling, officials said.
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