Medical Services Imaging CT Find a Location Find a Doctor Imaging Menu CT CT FAQs Documents and Forms X-ray (Routine Radiology) X-ray (Routine Radiology) FAQs Documents and Forms MRI MRI FAQs Documents and Forms PET CT and Nuclear Medicine PET CT and Nuclear Medicine FAQs Documents and Forms Ultrasound Ultrasound FAQs Interventional Radiology Imaging Physicians Imaging Staff Screenings Image Gently/Image Wisely Quality St. Elizabeth Healthcare Computed Axial Tomography (CT) is accredited at all locations by both The Joint Commission (TJC) and the American College of Radiology (ACR). Both are recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards. Safety St. Elizabeth Healthcare has one of the highest levels of safety programs in the area. By following the ACR and TJC standards for safety at all facilities, technologists continue to update standards to ensure the highest possible patient safety and image quality. Innovation At St. Elizabeth Healthcare, we update our technology on a regular basis ensuring that our patients are scanned on state-of-the-art equipment. This equipment offers diagnostic quality while ensuring the lowest possible dose of radiation. In 2013, St. Elizabeth invested $1 million for AIDR technology. AIDR is a software package that has been installed on our scanners, allowing us to cut our dose in half while maintaining quality. CT technology now enables us to scan various body parts in a matter of minutes. Although, there are more complex studies that can increase the scan time. The St. Elizabeth fleet consists of: Siemens 256 slice Toshiba 128 slice Toshiba 80 slice Toshiba 16 slice To accommodate our bariatric population, the Florence and Ft. Thomas locations have an 80 cm bore with a table limit of 676 pounds and a ceiling mounted bariatric lift with the capability of 650 pounds. Additionally, the Edgewood and Hebron locations have an 80 cm bore and a table limit of 660 pounds. The larger opening also helps to accommodate claustrophobic patients. Patient Rights American College of Radiology You have the right to submit comments regarding this facility’s radiology imaging and treatment services. Submit your comments in writing and send to the facility or to the following address: American College of Radiology Attn: Accreditation Program Patient Comments 1891 Preston White Dr. Reston, VA 20191-4326 Office of the Inspector General To contact the Office of the Inspector General regarding Medicare or Medicaid services, please call 1 (800) 447-8477 (HHS-TIPS).