Baptist Health Medical Center-Hot Spring County Introduces New State-Of-The-Art Radiology Equipment

MALVERN, Ark. (March 21, 2019) – Baptist Health Medical Center-Hot Spring County has introduced upgraded state-of-the-art radiology equipment, including a new Aquilion Prime CT scanner system, giving the hospital more tools than ever to serve patients.

The system, which accommodates patients up to 660 pounds, is designed to achieve the highest quality images to diagnose and develop treatment plans while limiting radiation exposure. It is also designed to maximize comfort and convenience for the patient.

CT scanning, providing clearer pictures of internal organs than a regular X ray, can be used to obtain information about almost any body organ, blood vessels, the abdominal cavity, bones and the spinal cord.

Baptist Health Medical Center-Hot Spring County allows you to stay close to home and still receive the most comprehensive health care available from the state’s largest and most trusted health care provider. For more information about the hospital’s imaging services, call Baptist Health HealthLine at 1-888-BAPTIST or visit

About Baptist Health: Baptist Health is an Arkansas-based, locally owned and managed, not-for-profit, and faith-based health-care organization. Baptist Health is also Arkansas’ most comprehensive health-care organization with more than 200 access points and approximately 11,000 employees operating 11 hospitals. For more information about Baptist Health, visit or call Baptist Health HealthLine at 1-888-BAPTIST. Find us on FacebookTwitterInstagram or YouTube.

Photographed next to the equipment from left to right are: Teresa Lederer, Melissa Smith, Jordanne Booth, Shaunda Lusinger, Dee Wright, Brooklin Janes of Baptist Health-Hot Spring County’s Radiology Department.



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