Radiology

What is Radiology?

Radiology, or diagnostic imaging, is a series of tests that take images of injured parts of the body or areas in need of further analysis. This technology is used in two ways — diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology — both of which use radiant energy to diagnose and treat diseases.
The team at Hodgeman County Health Center provides radiology service as a part of our comprehensive diagnostic process. X-rays and other imaging technologies are instrumental in uncovering otherwise hidden injuries, conditions, and diseases. These tools offer us a view into the inner workings of the body, giving doctors vital information that can lead to a diagnosis.

Early detection remains one of the most important factors in the treatability of a wide range of conditions and illnesses.

Radiology Services at Hodgeman County Health Center

We offer 24 hours X-rays and computed tomography with a 64-Slice CT scanner.  We can also schedule you for an:

  • MRI
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Sonogram
  • Mammogram/Dexa

Your test can be facilitated by one of our certified Mobile imaging partners that visit our Hospital. We are staffed by Licensed Radiologic Technologists that will make your visit as pleasant as possible.

If you have questions or concerns about radiology and other diagnostic imaging tools, our team is happy to discuss the pros and cons of each, as well as any important information you should be aware of.

Radiology Hours of Operation

The Radiology Department is open Monday thru Friday 8 a.m – 5 p.m.  We are also on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week for emergencies.

Radiology Services Available in Jetmore, Kansas

If you have questions about the Radiology services offered at Hodgeman County Health Center, our team is standing by to take your call! You can connect with us by calling our office or scheduling an appointment online today!

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