Lewis & Clark Specialty Hospital is pleased to offer the area a complete imaging suite solution. Lewis & Clark Specialty Hospital offers a vast array of imaging services including the area's only 1.2T High Field Open MRI, a 16-slice CT, High Resolution Digital Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine and general x-ray procedures.
Now you can easily complete your exams locally and we will ensure your exam results are quickly shared with your attending and specialty physicians.
It's all about the patient. Lewis & Clark Specialty Hospital's Open MRI brings high speed gradients, multi-channel RF technology and unmatched RF Coils to the only truly open architecture high-performance system ever created. This powerful 1.2T vertical field MRI delivers image quality for today's high-field applications. Patient comfort and diagnostic confidence allows you the best imaging capabilities for patient care.
In order to provide CT imaging that promotes exceptional diagnostic confidence and the knowledge that our patients enjoy a positive experience, we offer the advanced clinical capabilities of our 16 multi-slice CT system.
For our patients, that means:
Shorter exam times for reduced breath holds, stress, and the occurrence of rescans
Minimum x-ray dose exposure using protocols tailored to "ALARA" practices.
Large opening and wide, ergonomically designed patient table which accommodates more patients with greater comfort
For our physicians, that means:
A broad range of advanced clinical applicationsUltra-thin slice capability for high resolution and clarity resulting in superb diagnostic image quality
Selectable pitch scans for large volume coverage
High Resolution Digital Ultrasound
We provide a high resolution digital ultrasound system that combines advanced features with outstanding versatility to show you more of what you need to see for proper diagnosis. Our patient friendly digital ultrasound touts low patient exposure and image noise reduction for a more pleasant experience.
Our nuclear medicine equipment is designed for general-purpose nuclear medicine imaging. For this test, a patient is injected with a small amount of radioactive material called a tracer. The tracer will concentrate in the area of interest, and a nuclear camera will record the image for study by our radiologists.
Lewis & Clark Specialty Hospital offers a wide variety of imaging exams to meet the need for orthopedic and general x-rays to assist our physicians in the areas of diagnoses and treatment.