Think you need to travel to a large city to get the best in medical technology? Think again. Door County Medical Center (DCMC) is committed to providing the latest in high-tech diagnostic imaging equipment to serve patients. And services are provided by local, experienced staff who care for generations of families.
DCMC’s new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine is the latest in cutting-edge technology, helping doctors diagnose and care for patients with needs including oncology, injuries and vascular issues.
“This state-of-the-art machine not only provides extremely detailed images, but it also allows patients to experience MRI in a more comfortable, spacious setting,” says Amanda Feldbruegge, director of diagnostic imaging at DCMC.
“Our new MRI scanner is larger and more easily tolerated by claustrophobic patients,” says Donald Renfrew, radiologist at DCMC. “In addition, the new machine has improved the quality of the images. These improvements allow more confident diagnosis leading to better patient care.”
Patients agree that the combination of high-tech and personalized care make their experience stand out. “The new machine is less noisy than I had experienced in the past. It was very comfortable and I didn’t feel so confined. The technicians are always very nice, and that makes all the difference,” says patient Caroline Link.
In addition to the new MRI machine, DCMC recently added a new CT scanner, becoming the third hospital in the United States to adopt new technology that reduces streaks from implanted metal such as rods and pacemakers.
“The combination of leading edge technology and compassionate care helps us provide the best possible outcomes for our patients,” says Feldbruegge.