The 2,700 square foot space was designed with an eye to safety, efficiency and aesthetics. The goal was to create an imaging experience that delivers exquisitely accurate data, while using the lowest possible dose of radiation, in an environment that is convenient for both patients and staff, and provides all necessary services in one self-contained area. The suite contains two nuclear imaging machines (SPECT-CT and SPECT only), patient exam and consult space, a waiting area with Wi-Fi, dedicated physician image interpretation station, private patient bathrooms and patient locker rooms. Interior finishes include the use of hospital-grade wood finishes, a soothing color scheme, and back-lit nature scenes on the ceiling above the testing table.
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