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Dayton VA Medical Center, Ohio

 

Middletown VA Radiology Clinic Ribbon Cutting and Open House

June 27, 2013

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What: The Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center's (VAMC) Middletown Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) is celebrating the opening of their new, state of the art Radiology Clinic, by hosting a Ribbon Cutting and Open House. Glenn A. Costie, Dayton VAMC’s Director and CEO, will discuss the benefits of the new Radiology Clinic and how it will improve the healthcare provided to Veterans. Following the ribbon cutting, the Middletown CBOC will provide a tour of the new Radiology Clinic. Refreshments will be provided during the tour.

Who: The Dayton VAMC, and the Middletown Community Based Outpatient Clinic. The Dayton VAMC invites everyone to attend.

When: Friday, June 28, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Where: Middletown Community Based Outpatient Clinic. 4337 North Union Rd. Middletown, Ohio, 45005

Contact: For additional Information please contact Stan Cobb, Administrative Officer for Therapeutic & Diagnostic Imaging Service at (937) 268-6511, Ext. 2467.

Additional Information: The new Middletown CBOC Radiology Unit will feature state of the art, digital radiographic technology. This includes a Philips Healthcare radiographic unit, and a Computed Radiography Unit manufactured by Konica-Minolta. The Computed Radiography Unit will allow the Middletown CBOC Radiology Unit to use the Veterans Health Administration’s picture archival and communication system, called VistaRad. This will allow radiologist from other VA locations, most importantly the Dayton VAMC to have access to images taken at the Middletown CBOC Radiology Unit. The patient will no longer have to wait for an on-site radiologist to analyze the image. Now, one of the radiologist at the Dayton VAMC can review the image from their location, almost instantaneously.