Logan County Hospital - Radiology(785) 672-8140
Out Patient Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. M-F
Manager: Ashley Smith RT(R)(CT) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Services - Inhouse
Del Radiology Room - x-rays
Siemens CT Emotion 6
Services - Mobile
Philips Sonograms (Mondays/Wednesdays)
Norland Bone Density
Hologic Selénia Digital Mammogram (every third Thursday)
GE Excite MRI (every Friday)
The Radiology department at Logan County Hospital offers an array of state-of-the-art imaging services to serve our patients’ diagnostic needs.
Our experienced staff included three licensed technologists available for your daytime and emergency needs. This quality team stays current on the newest technologies and radiographic techniques by attending continuing education classed on an annual basis.
Our staff will be please to answer and questions regarding your examination. For specific questions regarding your health, please consult your ordering provider.
What types of exams are offered here?
The following exams are available through our Radiology department:
- Computed Radiography (CR) – X-ray images are captured by a computer system that are of higher quality and use less radiation than film x-rays
- Multislice Computed Tomography Scanner (CT or CAT scanner) – State-of-the-art machine that scans six times faster than our previous scanner, produces better quality images, and enables performance of a variety of diagnostic exams
- Digital Mammography – Advanced technology for annual screening exams available at LCH every 3 weeks
- Ultrasound (Sonography)/Screenings – Mobile service available two days a week for any routine examination. Cardio vascular screening provided quarterly to monitor the development of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), Stroke, or Aortic Aneurysm
- Bone Densitometry (DEXA) – Onsite once a month to monitor osteoporosis and other bone deficiencies
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) – Uses a special magnet instead of radiation to produce high-quality images and anatomical views that may not be possible with x-ray or CT scans
How do I prepare for my exam?
Each exam has its own preparation. Specific instructions will be given when scheduling your procedure.
Who reads my exams?
Your exam is sent via computer to our radiologists in a matter of minutes following your procedure. We partner with Plains Radiology Service in Kearney, Neb. to read exams 24/7.
How do I find out results from my exam?
Results are usually available within 24-48 hours following your procedure. You may contact your ordering provider to discuss your results and ask any questions you may have.
How do I get a copy of my images if I need them?
Your images are stored on a private and secure computer system called PACS (Picture Archiving and Communications System). LCH providers and visiting providers have immediate access ti your exam while in the facility. If you need to take images to an out-of-town provider, a CD of your exam can quickly be made for you.