LAS VEGAS ─ June 14, 2017 ─ Medical Imaging Corp. (OTC:MEDD), (OTC PINK: MEDD) announced today that its subsidiary Custom Teleradiology Service (CTS) has signed a new client hospital.
CTS signed a contract with a new client hospital to provide teleradiology services. Installation and set-up are now underway and radiology reading will commence in July. Coverage will be specific to seven nights per week for overnight reading.
The contract specializes in emergency after hours CT service. CT’s are a high paying modality that will benefit CTS. The contract provides 60 minute tournaround time for all emergencies and 30 minutes for Stroke patients. CT’s are critical in diagnosing many patients in the ER.
CTS is a leading supplier and solution for remote rural hospitals and helps to ensure they can provide quality service to their communities. CTS service allows hospital’s to offer its patients the ability to provide emergency care on a 24 hour 7 day a week cycle.
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About Medical Imaging Corp.Medical Imaging Corp. ("MEDD") is a provider of comprehensive medical imaging services to patients and client hospitals in the United States and Canada through its four Diagnostic Imaging Centers, and its’ Teleradiology Services. For more information, please contact us at 887-331-3444 or visit www.medimagingcorp.com.
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