Natchitoches Regional Medical Center’s (NRMC) Imaging Services are accredited by the American College of Radiology and include state-of-the-art imaging technology.
An independent group of radiologists with Access Radiology oversee imaging services at NRMC. Access Radiology is a group of radiologists who are experienced in interventional services, CT Scans, MRI, Nuclear Medicine Imaging, Ultrasound, Women's Interventional Services, 3d Imaging and more. At Natchitoches Regional Medical Center, Radiologist Dr. Ben Hogg with Access Radiology works with NRMC's experienced team of radiologic technologists to provide both inpatient and outpatient services. The Radiologic Technologists are certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Imaging Services include:
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)*
- Magnetic Resonance Angiograms (MRA)*
- Nuclear Medicine
- Digital Mammography*
- CT Angiography*
- Bone Density
- Breast Biopsy
- Computed Tomography (CT)
- Diagnostic Radiology (x-rays)
- Surgical C-Arm procedures
- Modified Barium Swallow Tests
Note: *ACR accredited
Images are stored on NRMC’s Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACs) which allows doctors quick access to the imaging files, the ability to compare past images to current ones, and retrieve previous records as needed.
NRMC also serves as a clinical site for radiology programs offered at the college level for selected candidates pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Radiologic Technology.
Mammography and Breast Care
We provide state-of-the-art mammography services in a convenient and comfortable setting. Accredited by the American College of Radiology – a distinction held since 1995 – our Breast Care services are fully digital.
Using digital mammography, our team captures clear images of the breast that radiologists use in making breast care evaluations. The computerized images are stored on the medical center's Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACs) where doctors can compare images from year-to-year looking for any changes or differences. Services include routine screenings, diagnostic studies for cancer and breast disease as well as non-malignant disorders such as benign cysts, and tumors. NRMC also provides vacuum assisted breast biopsy and breast needle localization for the diagnosis of breast cancer.
All women age 40 and older or those with a family history of breast cancer are encouraged to get a screening mammogram at age 40 and then annually thereafter. Remember: Early detection saves lives.