The Greenbrier Clinic offers the latest in technology to aid in detecting health issues. By leveraging these state-of-the art diagnostic technologies, the physicians can quickly and accurately identify patient concerns while assuring maximum comfort and safety for patients.
Our 128 slice CT scanner is GE Healthcare’s leading CT imaging technology, which creates a multidimensional view of the inside of the body. This technology is designed to acquire high quality images in seconds, using lower doses of radiation.
We have two GE Logiq E9 ultrasound systems that offer leading technology. These ultrasound systems provide a view of the liver, gallbladder, kidney, heart, blood vessels and other organs. Excellent technology, combined with the advantage of two available scanners, means increased diagnostic confidence and readily available appointment times.
We use the latest film-screen x-ray combination to optimize image quality, while minimizing radiation exposure. This allows a look deep inside the body that can accurately assess conditions that may require further attention or confirm good health.
We perform 3D mammography, one of the latest technological innovations in women’s healthcare. 3D mammography images the breast in slices, in order to see all around and between the breast’s tissue. This 3D technology improves accuracy and can help detect breast cancer earlier and therefore allow treatment sooner.
We utilize modern, highly accurate instrumentation to identify the cause of your symptoms or make sure the medication you are taking is working as it should through blood tests, urine tests, and other types of lab work. The Greenbrier Clinic’s fully accredited laboratory performs 98 percent of all procedures on the premises.
Nuclear Cardiac Imaging
Our nuclear medicine cardiac stress test obtains images of the heart while at rest and after stress, to assess the blood supply to the heart to detect and determine the severity of a variety of diseases, including coronary artery disease.
Bone Density Scan
Our GE Lunar Prodigy DEXA scanner is one of our most used diagnostic units, giving referring physicians valuable information regarding bone density and the possible need for osteoporosis treatment.
Coronary Calcium Scoring
Our 128 slice CT scanner, GE Healthcare’s leading CT imaging technology, is used to obtain the CT data to calculate the risk of developing coronary artery disease (CAD).