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New 34,000-square-foot Fort Smith clinic replaces a 19,000-square-foot location; will serve 10,000 Veterans with a variety of new services.
Radiologists at the VA St. Louis HCS recently partnered with Aidoc to advance artificial intelligence and pilot AI software.
At the Dallas VA, a new weapon in the fight against cancer in the Veteran population was recently unveiled. Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT) was performed on a Veteran with liver cancer.
New Fort Smith clinic will add eye care, audiology, laboratory and radiology services to current services. Also a computerized tomography (CT) scan in addition to X-ray technology.
During National Radiologic Technology Week, VA celebrates the diagnostic radiologic technicians who help Veterans lead longer, healthier lives.
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Last updated September 29, 2022
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