[Spokane, WA] October 9, 2019 - Inland Imaging has launched a new, state-of-the-art Outpatient Based Interventional Lab (OBIL) within the company’s recently expanded imaging center on the campus of Providence Holy Family Hospital.
The new facility is the first outpatient imaging center in the world to implement new state-of-the-art medical imaging and clinical technology developed by GE. The lab now offers the region’s patients access to the highest level of medical expertise and technology in a easy-to-access and flexible setting. Due to its convenient outpatient location, costs are dramatically lower than in traditional inpatient settings.
Inland Imaging’s team of six interventional radiologists specialize in providing minimally invasive treatments for vascular disease, cancer, aneurysms, uterine fibroids, enlarged prostates, and many other medical conditions that once could only be treated by conventional surgery.
“In the past, patients would have had to travel to a much larger city to find a hospital with this kind of state-of-the-art facility,” says Dr. Jayson Brower, an interventional radiology specialist and company president. “In our new outpatient setting, we can serve more patients, using the most capable and sophisticated technology available today.”
What is Interventional Radiology?
Interventional radiology involves the use of imaging technology to aid in the performance of medical procedures inside the body. Image-guided procedures are less risky, offer faster recovery times, and are generally more cost-effective than the surgical alternative.
Inland Imaging’s team of interventional radiology specialists are board-certified physicians with special training in performing image-guided medical procedures.
Learn more at interventional.inlandimaging.com