Storm-Related Information

For Tuesday, January 27, all outpatient services are closed, including:
• Laboratory
• Radiology
• Physical Therapy
• Radiation Oncology
• Surgical Alliance
• Behavioral Health
• Anticoagulation Clinics (Middletown and Westbrook)
• Wound Care Center
 
All elective surgeries are also cancelled.
 
The Outpatient Center, Cancer Center and Surgical Center on Saybrook Road in Middletown are closed.
 
Middlesex Hospital Urgent Care Centers in Madison and Middletown are closed.
 
MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS IN MIDDLETOWN, WESTBROOK AND MARLBOROUGH WILL REMAIN OPEN 24/7.

Message for Wednesday, January 28, 2015

For Wednesday, January 28, all Middlesex Hospital services will resume normal their normal operating schedules.

Radiology Services at Shoreline Medical Center

As a new, state-of-the-art facility, the Middlesex Hospital Shoreline Medical Center has the advantage of an all-digital, filmless Radiology Department. This technology enables us to produce the clearest, most precise images possible, using the most modern equipment available. The Center offers the following radiologic tests:

Mammography

Technology-certified mammography by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology produce film images of the breast, which are read by board-certified radiologists.

Open and Closed MRI

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses magnetic fields and radio waves to produce accurate anatomical images that, when aided by a computer, can be viewed from any different angles.

Ultrasound

High-resolution duplex color Doppler ultrasound uses sound waves to look inside the body, and is frequently used for monitoring fetal development. Technologists certified by the American Institute of Ultrasound and Medicine.

Tele–Radiology

Advanced digital technology makes real-time consultation possible between radiologists at Middlesex Hospital and the Marlborough Medical Center, 24 hours a day.

Digital Fluoroscopy

An X-ray based technology that can assess an organ or body in real time. Typical fluoroscopies include gastrointestinal or barium GI) studies.

High Speed Multi-Slice CT Scan (“CAT” Scan)

CT scans use a computer to enhance X-ray type images. Typical CT scanners create image slices one at a time; our machine creates two images at the same time. Images are then assembled into a very detailed, three-dimensional view.

Angiography

An x-ray exam of the blood vessels, this procedure is performed to help doctors identify diseased, narrowed, enlarged, and blocked vessels, and to determine where internal bleeding may be occurring.

Bone Densitometry

A bone density scan, along with a patient's medical history, is a useful aid in evaluating the probability of a fracture or osteoporosis and whether any preventative treatment is needed.

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