Mitchell County Hospital Highlights Both AIS Equipment and Service
Mitchell County Hospital, located in Beloit, Kansas, serves a large portion of North Central Kansas. This very progressive hospital system includes all facets of radiology, surgery, PT/OT, respiratory therapy, cardiac rehab, OB, a Level 4 Trauma center and many more services. As far as imaging services, Mitchell County Hospital provides everything in-house, including CT, MRI, ultrasound, vascular ultrasound, 3D mammo, nuclear medicine and basic X-ray. Mitchell County Hospital receives equipment and service from Associated Imaging Services (AIS). Radiology Director Darren True spoke more about the hospital’s experience with AIS in a question-and-answer interview.
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