St.Vincent Health is a member of Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic and largest nonprofit health system. Ascension Health is a faith-based healthcare organization dedicated to the missions of the four provinces of the Daughters of Charity; three provinces of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, and the congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Nazareth, Mich. Ascension Health, based in St. Louis, Mo., includes 67 acute care hospitals in 20 states and the District of Columbia. More than 100,000 associates are employed by Ascension Health.
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St.Vincent Health offers state of the art health care that transcends into quality educational opportunities. Many medical imaging departments throughout St.Vincent Health are digitally linked and nearly filmless. St.Vincent Health has received national recognition for its integration of digital imaging (PACS) into affiliated hospitals and linking the digital network with a central archival base located at St.Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. Students enrolled in the St Vincent Health / St. Joseph Hospital Radiography Program gains first-hand experience with this state of the art technology during their clinical training. Computerized and digital radiography systems allows the technologist to spend more time focused on what is most important, the patient.
St.Vincent Indianapolis Hospital is a primary clinical education site for the Radiography Program and plays an integral role in delivering quality educational opportunities to enrolled students. The St.Vincent Medical Imaging department performs nearly 200,000 procedures annually and has made a commitment to the future of imaging by embracing many of the leading edge technologies currently available in the field. In addition to PACS, imaging services include:
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Located in Kokomo, IN, St. Joseph Hospital is a 170 bed tertiary hospital where patients receive care from a variety of medical specialists. Our physicians and nurses are the best in their fields and are recognized as capable and compassionate caregivers. St. Joseph Hospital is committed to treating the whole patient--body, mind and spirit.
St. Joseph Hospital is the original sponsor of the Radiography Program. Formerly the St. Joseph Hospital School of Radiologic Technology, the program was established in 1966 and has been a familiar fixture in St. Joseph Hospital and the Kokomo community. As a primary site for the Radiography Program, St. Joseph Hospital continues to play an integral role in delivering quality educational opportunities to enrolled students.
St. Joseph's Radiology/Imaging Services performs over 41,000 medical imaging procedures annually and includes state of the art services such as:
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Saint John’s Health System was founded in 1894, when local philanthropist John Hickey donated his house and land to the Sisters of the Holy Cross for the establishment of a hospital. The first patients were actually cared for in the remodeled house by seven Sisters of the Holy Cross, who handled every detail of patient care. Without modern conveniences, they cooked, cleaned, milked cows, grew their own food, and provided patient care.
Saint John’s Medical Center is an acute care facility with 24-hour emergency department; Sexual Assault Response Team; Birthing Center (featuring state-of-the-art Labor, Delivery, Recovery, Postpartum rooms); Critical Care/Intensive Care; Cardiology Services (including Cardiac Cath Lab); Pulmonary and Neurology Services; Sleep Lab; Pain Center; Surgery; Outpatient Diabetes Education Program.
Radiology/Imaging Services utilizes state of the art technology to deliver high quality of diagnostic services. Imaging services offer at Saint Johns includes:
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