Kent Hospital, in Warwick, R.I., with 359 licensed beds and 68,000 annual emergency department visits—recently completed a massive ED redesign project.
With now higher ED volume, the facility realized its existing CT systems were contributing to a throughput problem and were not equipped to handle more sophisticated scanning procedures, like pulmonary embolism (PE) studies.
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Download the case study to learn how two new Siemens CT scanners, one a 64-slice and the other an AS+ 128-slice scanner with cardiac scanning options, helped Kent Hospital to: