Imaging Services at Fort Loudoun Medical Center
Advanced Imaging Services Close to Home
It’s comforting to know you have easy access to advanced imaging and diagnostic services at Fort Loudoun Medical Center.
Our comprehensive array of services includes a full-service clinical laboratory, digital mammograms, high-definition magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), CT scans, Low-Dose CT scans for lung cancer screenings, echocardiography, a vascular flow lab, and the most advanced nuclear medicine technology in the region. Your results are quickly transmitted back to your physician, who can work with you to make the best, most informed decisions for your care.
You don’t have to leave town for top-quality imaging/diagnostic services and medical care. Choose quality care close to home and trust your medical care to Fort Loudoun Medical Center.
A Trained Staff Dedicated to Excellent Patient Care
When you need laboratory or diagnostic tests, ask your doctor to refer you to the excellent care close to home at Fort Loudoun Medical Center. Your community hospital has full capabilities that combine state-of-the-art medical technology with personalized care.
As a member of Covenant Health, we pledge to put our patients first and to strive for excellence in everything we do. We’re honored to be a part of this health system, and to provide the best in comprehensive, quality healthcare services.
What Imaging and Diagnostic Services Do We Offer?
We are proud to offer you a wide range of advanced diagnostic and imaging services at our convenient Loudon County location.
Access to Cutting-Edge Technology Like the GE Infinia Hawkeye 4
Fort Loudoun Medical Center is the only hospital in the region to offer the GE INFINIA™ HAWKEYE®, a revolutionary combined nuclear medicine/CT system that collects both anatomical and biological information during a single exam.
The Hawkeye’s integrated CT solution harnesses the power exclusive single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT)/CT imaging to accurately detect and pinpoint disease.
The new system delivers unprecedented image resolution and reconstruction. The Hawkeye’s SPECT images focus on detecting metabolic abnormalities earlier than they would otherwise be seen with CT alone. This image quality is important, as physicians are able to make more accurate assessments of disease states and prescribe proper therapy methods, often resulting in better patient care.
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