Whether you need to have your regular yearly Mammogram or want to check for Bone Density and Osteoporosis, the ECMH Radiology Department can help.
We have an experienced team of professionals that can make your MRI experience as comfortable as possible. Our X-ray team can provide on-the-spot service in the Emergency room with a mobile X-ray unit, or you can utilize our stationary X-ray unit in the Radiology Department.
Our staff can perform the most up-to-date CT Scanning with comfort, and the outcome will be in clear, detailed images.
So when you are in need of professional Imaging Services come to El Campo Memorial Hospital. It's "The Right Choice" for quality medical services!
And remember... you don't have to drive out-of-town for Imaging Services and quality heathcare. We will send your results to the physician of your choice, at your request. No red tape and no hassle!
Like all other organs of the body, bones are constantly changing and some of these changes could result in osteoporosis. This is a condition where bones become weak to the point of breaking. Since symptoms do not occur until a great deal of bone strength is lost, it is a good idea for both men and women to have a bone density test performed. The test is painless, comfortable, easy and fast. It is also safe and there is no prior preparation needed. You can eat normally, with no injections or medication needed.
To schedule a bone density appointment, consult your physician about bone densitometry testing or call the specially trained personnel at ECMH using the following information:
Bone Densitometry Services:
You don't have to drive out-of-town for professional quality MRI testing! El Campo Memorial Hospital has added Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to its imaging services through a partnership with Insight Health Services Corporation. MRI is a revolutionary form of diagnostic imaging with great potential to diagnose a variety of health problems at their earliest, most treatable stages. This patient-friendly system combined with the latest technology available has made this system the "gold system" of MRI.
New State-Of-The-Art MRI Services will be available daily in El Campo.
To schedule an MRI: 979-578-5242 or 979-578-5243
Note: The MRI Unit is now located at the back of the hospital (where the old unit used to be).
Patients must complete their paperwork at the ECMH admitting office, report to the Radiology Department, and a technician will escort you to the unit located near the Nurses Station.
Nuclear medicine is a division within the field of radiology. It consists of diagnostic examinations that result in images of body anatomy and function. The images are developed based on the detection of energy emitted from a radioactive medication given to the patient, either intravenously or by mouth. Nuclear medicine images can assist the physician in diagnosing diseases, tumors and infection. Several disease and health problems that Nuclear Medicine can detect include:
Kidney function, heart function/blood flow, lung problems, blockage of the gallbladder, bone fractures, infection, arthritis or tumors, determine the presence or spread of cancer, identify bleeding into the bowel, locate infection and measure thyroid function to detect an overactive or underactive thyroid.
The Radiology Department provides diagnostic x-ray procedures to patients of all ages. The Radiology Department provides a safe and comfortable environment for all patients. They utilize a fixed x-ray machine and also have a portable unit for inpatients and emergency room patients that are immobile. The department personnel consist of State of Texas licensed and American Registered Radiological Technologists (A.R.T.). A radiologist is available 24 hours a day via Teleradiology and is scheduled on site 7 days a week in the mornings.
The Radiology Department is staffed 24 hours per day Sunday through Thursday, and covered with call Friday 11 p.m. through Sunday 11 p.m.
El Campo Memorial Hospital has a 24-hour certified independent radiologist on call, so that we can quickly serve all of our patients needs.