News | July 09, 2007

NovaRad Inks Deals With Four Additional Community Hospitals

July 10, 2007 - NovaRad Corporation recently announced four new NovaPACS contracts with hospitals, including Maine, Oklahoma, Virginia and Wyoming, suiting any size facility, from hospitals with fewer than 10 to more than 500 beds and single-site to multi-site freestanding imaging centers.

The newest hospitals installing NovaPACS include:
- 25-bed Down East Community Hospital, Machias, Maine
- 25-bed Integris Marshall County Medical Center, Madill, Okla.
- 237-bed Memorial Hospital of Martinsville, Martinsville, Va.
75-bed Riverton Memorial Hospital, Riverton, Wyo., a LifePoint Hospitals, Inc. facility

NovaPACS is a complete, enterprise-level PACS offering fast image retrieval, full-feature viewer with intuitive interface and 7-year on-site archive with off site emergency back up. Full screen viewing, reportedly easy to use menus and mouse-based functions are available to help enhance efficiency and referring physicians have complete access to images and reports from any computer.

For more information: www.novapacs.com

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