Pearland TX

Houston Medical Imaging Announces a New Outpatient Imaging Center

PEARLAND, Texas, Dec. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Houston Medical Imaging announced they will open a new outpatient imaging center in Pearland, TX on May 1, 2019 at 3322 E. Walnut Pearland, TX 77581.

“We are so excited to offer patients in the Pearland area high quality imaging, with state-of-the-art technology in their neighborhood,” said Dr. Stenoien, CEO at Houston Medical Imaging.

Positive Patient Impact

Patients in Pearland and surrounding areas will benefit from having a state-of-the-art imaging center which will provide patients additional and affordable options close to home for their imaging needs. The imaging center will feature Ultra High Field 3T MRI imaging on the GE Pioneer, CT and nuclear medicine exams on the GE 870 SPECT/CT unit, ultrasound and digital radiography.

What does this mean for patients? They will have easy access to HMI, a center that has the latest and best technology to ensure that they receive quality care as well as high-resolution images.

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About HMI

Founded in 1998, Houston Medical Imaging is an independent diagnostic facility that prides itself on the fact that it is operated by physicians. The company offers full modality medical imaging services throughout its six convenient locations.

Mission statement: Compassionate delivery of patient care, creative utilization of technology to enhance the outpatient experience and provide the most accurate results, ethical decision-making by physician leadership that promotes trust within our community of patients and referring clinicians.

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SOURCE Houston Medical Imaging

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