Servant Medical Imaging Partners with Novarad for PACS

ALTUS, Oklahoma. (December 19, 2017) – Novarad Corporation, a leader in the development of medical imaging software, has recently entered into contract with the Altus Branch of Servant Medical Imaging of Altus, Oklahoma to install its PACS.

“We feel privileged to join the Altus Branch of Servant Medical Imaging in their efforts to provide convenient imaging services to all patients,” Fred Trovato, Global Senior Vice President of Sales at Novarad said.

Dr. Patrick Lester established Servant Medical Imaging in 1992, in an effort to make MRIs more convenient, less expensive, and less daunting for patients. The establishment has since grown to 10 locations in Oklahoma. They are the largest independently owned outpatient provider of imaging services in Oklahoma. The Altus location features Open MRI, CT, Ultrasound and X-Ray services.

Novarad offers PACS, RIS, cardiology, orthopedic, and mammography systems and has more than 1000 installations worldwide. To learn more about Novarad, follow the company on Twitter @NovaradCorp, or visit www.novarad.net.

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Founded by a radiologist over 20 years ago, Novarad has demonstrated Best in KLAS expertise in the three phases of enterprise imaging—viewing, workflow, and storage—which allows it to customize meaningful enterprise imaging solutions to fit the unique needs of each healthcare professional. Providing both easily deployed modular products and fully customizable enterprise imaging solutions, the company has installed over 1000 systems globally with KLAS-confirmed, market-leading retention rates. The company is best known for product functionality and constant development; its products have a reputation for being easy to learn and use, yet feature-rich for even the most advanced users. Visit Novarad.net to learn more.

Media Contact:

Kristi Alvarado, Media Relations Contact at Novarad | 801.642.1001 | kristi.alvarado@novarad.net

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