The UT Health Imaging Center was recently ranked as the best imaging center in Texas by the National Research Corporation. This ranking is based on the “Overall Rating of Facility” score that comes from surveys given to patients seen in their practice.
In addition to being ranked tops in Texas, the imaging center was ranked No. 3 out of the 450 NRC-ranked centers in the nation.
“This is a tribute to our staff members, who work very hard to make sure every patient knows they are our top priority, as well as providing them with the highest level of quality in radiography,” said imaging centers director, Mary Lou Jew.
The imaging center provides a wide range of services for diagnostic imaging and other radiology services. It sees thousands of patients per month, serving them with the latest technology and equipment available, including a 64-slice CT scanner, 1.5 and 3T MRI, ultrasound, digital X-ray and bone densitometry. There are two locations, including the Medical Arts & Research Center on Floyd Curl and the new UT Health Hill Country office off of Ralph Fair Road near Boerne.
The professional and friendly staff always works to make exams easy and efficient for every patient so they can get the doctors the information they need to continue medical treatment. Their board-certified radiologists are experts in all fields of medicine and imaging.
Congratulations to the entire imaging center team for excelling in health care, not only in Texans, but the nation.
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