Redefining the Patient Experience
For Immediate Release
July 24, 2017
Tampa, Florida: Tower Radiology Centers, the largest outpatient radiology practice in Tampa Bay, is proud to announce the addition of a New Dedicated Extremity Open MRI, the perfect fit for Musculoskeletal Imaging. This MRI unit is a leading performer in imaging of the knees, ankles, feet, elbows, wrists and hands to diagnose illnesses or injuries in the muscles, bones and joints of an extremity. It offers a complete range of high quality imaging capabilities while providing an optimal patient experience thanks to its unique ergonomics and open design. During the exam, the patient is able to comfortably lie back and relax on an open couch while placing only their arm or leg into the MRI opening, allowing claustrophobic patients to feel at ease. This New Dedicated Extremity Open MRI will be available at Tower Radiology Center – Habana located at 4719 North Habana Avenue in Tampa.
“We’re excited to offer our providers and their patients this incredible new service option. It will allow us to raise the bar on comfort and convenience for patients while providing outstanding orthopedic image quality. This new modality will also help support Tower’s vision to provide quality outpatient imaging care with ease of access throughout Tampa Bay.”
– CEO of Tower Radiology Centers, Larry Smith
Tower offers a wide array of advanced outpatient imaging services to patients and providers at all 14 convenient locations throughout Tampa, Wesley Chapel, Brandon, Riverview and Sun City. Services include but are not limited to MRI/MRA, extremity open MRI, open MRI, breast MRI, prostate MRI, high-speed CT/CTA, low-dose CT Lung, bone density/DEXA, digital x-ray, fluoroscopy, digital mammography, 3D mammography, breast biopsy, ultrasound, EKG, Echo, PET/CT, nuclear medicine and nuclear cardiology. Tower’s team of radiologists is comprised of over 65 board-certified radiologists who subspecialize in areas such as cardiac, thoracic, vascular interventional, neurointerventional, pediatric, musculoskeletal, breast, body, neuroradiology, nuclear medicine and emergency radiology. They also participate in the academic missions of research and teaching through serving as faculty and staff for the University of South Florida, College of Medicine in Tampa and Florida State, College of Medicine in Sarasota, within the departments of Radiology.