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MOBILE MAMMOGRAPHY SERVICE

MOBILE MAMMOGRAPHY SERVICE Mammography is the study of the breast using x-ray. The actual test is called a mammogram. There are two types of mammograms. A screening mammogram is ordered for women who have no problems with their breasts, and it is only used for screening purposes. A diagnostic mammogram is for evaluation of new… Continue Reading

MOBILE C-ARM

MOBILE C-ARM Minneola District Hospital has a new piece of imaging equipment called a mobile c-arm. The c-arm gets its name from the c-shaped arm used to connect the X-ray source and X-ray detector to one another (See picture.) The x-ray is produced at one end of the c-shape and then captured by the other… Continue Reading

IMAGING SERVICES

Minneola District Hospital’s Imaging Department strives to create a high quality patient experience while performing exams on all patient populations. It is our goal to produce images that will assist the physicians in the detection of foreign bodies and diagnosis of diseases and injuries. We understand that having any imaging study done can be scary… Continue Reading

AREAS OF PRACTICE

AREAS OF PRACTICE Minneola Health Care brings together the most compassionate team of individuals to provide a skillset which supports an environment built upon the values of family oriented patient care. The services we offer are provided to you and your family by a team of highly skilled, caring individuals who are here because they… Continue Reading

FINANCIAL SERVICES

Pay your Bill You may pay your bill online at any time by visiting our CpTeller customer portal.Financial Assistance We offer a financial assistance program to patients facing financial hardship or are uninsured or under-insured. Patients wishing to apply for financial assistance are responsible for initiating the process by seeking and completing the “Personal Financial… Continue Reading

X-RAY

X-rays are a form of radiation that can pass through your body. Once it is aimed at the part of the body being examined, an x-ray machine produces a small amount of radiation that passes through the body, creating an image on the film placed underneath or behind the patient. X-rays interact differently with different… Continue Reading