Imaging, Lab Services Now Availabale At Atrium Medical Center

Thursday, December 6, 2018

CHI Memorial is expanding the services available at Atrium Medical Center to include imaging and lab services.  
 
Cardiac imaging at the Atrium offers nuclear stress test, treadmill stress test, echocardiogram (2D and 3D) and stress echocardiogram.  "These cardiac imaging services offer the most advanced imaging and diagnostic tools available in the region at a convenient location with ample parking near the building," officials said.
 
Imaging services are now available for anyone needing an x-ray. Imaging and cardiac imaging services are also available at CHI Memorial Hospital Chattanooga, CHI Memorial Hospital Hixson, CHI Memorial Hospital Georgia and CHI Memorial Ooltewah Imaging Center. 

For more information, visit memorial.org/imaging.  To schedule an appointment at any of our imaging locations, call 423-495-6000.
 
An out-patient lab is also open at Atrium Medical Center for those needing routine lab work.  This service is available to anyone who has a physician’s order.  The lab is open 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call 423-495-7950.
 
"CHI Memorial has always been focused on convenient access and looking for new ways to provide exceptional care in the communities we serve, and this expanded presence is a further example of our unwavering commitment to this mission," officials said.
 
In addition to imaging and lab services, CHI Memorial healthcare professionals located at Atrium Medical Center include The Chattanooga Heart Institute, CHI Memorial Primary Care Associates - Atrium, CHI Memorial Convenient Care - Atrium, CHI Memorial Pediatric Diagnostic Associates, CHI Memorial Regional Sleep Center and the corporate offices of CHI Memorial Health at Home and Memorial Health Services, in addition to other partners.


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