Terri Kinney, Manager
The Radiology department provides diagnositc imaging services to patients in northeast Wyoming. Diagnostic imaging exams provide your physician with information about your health. All staff are certified in their respective specialties, and most have multiple certifications for different specialities, such as CT and Mammography.
Radiology Services include:
- All staff are certified in their respective specialties, and most have multiple certifications for different specialities, such as CT and Mammography.
- The CCMH Radiology department was the first in Wyoming to acquire a 3.0 Tesla (measurement of the strength of the magnet) MRI.
- PACS digital online x-ray viewing has been available for five years in the hospital and physician offices.
- Digital mammongraphy was added in 2007.
- The Phillips 64-slice CT scanner completes exams in only minutes.
Records and Payment Information
Radiology Records Requests
Beginning Monday, March 3, 2014, requests for all imaging studies performed by Campbell County Memorial Hospital, including services provided at Powder River Orthopedic and Spine – a Campbell County Clinic, located in the WORI building and Radiology Services located in the Medical Arts building can only be released from the Health Information and Medical Records Department at the Hospital. Prior to this date these items have been available for pickup in the Radiology Department at the Hospital. It takes 48 hours notice to process imaging records so please call the Health Information and Medical Records department at 307.688.133 to request copies of imaging studies.
Copayment Collections: Effective December 10, 2013
CCMH has begun collecting an initial payment at the time of registration for MRI and CT scans conducted at the Hospital. This initial payment will be applied to the patient's deductible and co-payment. The amount requested is based upon the charge for the procedure, but will usually average between $200-$300. Some payments may be as low as $100, and some may be up to $475, depending on the specific procedure.
Medicare patients with supplemental insurance, Medicaid recipients, patients with dual insurance coverage, VA, Tricare and Workers Comp patients are exempt from the initial payment policy.
Patients who are unable to pay their copay/deductible at the time of registration will continue to receive their services prescribed by their healthcare provider.