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Bringing Vital Healthcare Services to You: The Benefits of Mobile Imaging in Rural Communities

Mobile imaging has become increasingly popular in rural communities in recent years due to its convenience and accessibility. With the nearest medical facility often miles away, rural residents usually travel long distances to receive medical imaging services. Captive Radiology has been committed to providing imaging services, mobile and in-house, for over 20 years.



Mobile imaging units, such as MRI and PET-CT, have not just bridged the gap but have done so with a promise of top-notch care. These units are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and staffed by highly trained professionals, ensuring the same level of care and accuracy as traditional medical facilities. Captive's services include staffing. Our team consults with our partners and selects the best individuals to fulfill their facility's needs.



Captive has provided imaging services to critical access hospitals in Ohio (Hocking Valley Community Hospital, Adena Fayette Medical Center, Adena Greenfield Medical Center, Adena Pike Medical Center. and Adena Health Center - Jackson), Georgia (Memorial Hospital Manor), and Oklahoma (Memorial Hospital of Texas County Authority).


One of the most significant advantages of mobile units is their flexibility. They can be easily transported to remote locations, allowing patients to receive the care they need without traveling far.


Additionally, mobile units can often provide services at a lower cost than traditional medical facilities because they can serve a broader population and are not burdened by the high overhead costs of maintaining a permanent facility.


Mobile imaging units have proven to be valuable resources for rural communities. They have helped improve access to critical medical imaging services and made it easier for individuals to receive the care they need.


If your hospital wants to provide mobile imaging services, contact our Sales Manager, Mark Lautzenheiser.



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