Going Beyond Traditional X-ray: How Ashland Memorial Medical Center is Standardizing Care

Case Study

Ashland Memorial Medical Center is a 25-bed critical access hospital in Ashland, WI. It has served patients from eight counties in northwest Wisconsin and Michigan since 1972. 

Staff members pride themselves on delivering the highest quality of care in a modern, technologically advanced medical facility.

So, when it came time to replace its aging fluoroscopy equipment, administration and radiology knew they needed to think outside the box. 

Download the case study to learn how this CAH consolidated three different rooms—and three different modalities—into one because of a single system: a twin robotic X-ray system. 

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Download this case study to read how one community hospital is:

  • Consolidating three modalities into one
  • Sending fewer patients to CT
  • Expanding into IR
  • Improving the patient experience