CHI - Mercy Hospital Valley City

Summer 2017

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INSIGHTS MERCY Summer 2017 MISSION The Mission of Catholic Health Initiatives is to nurture the healing ministry of the Church, supported by education and research. Fidelity to the Gospel urges us to emphasize human dignity and social justice as we create healthier communities. CORE VALUES REVERENCE INTEGRITY COMPASSION EXCELLENCE "The new CT scanner fits our Core Values—Reverence by reducing radiation exposure, Integrity through easier-to-read images, Compassion by accommodating larger patients, and Excellence by delivering high-quality scans." STEPHANIE MAYFIELD, FOUNDATION/MISSION DIRECTOR AT CHI MERCY HEALTH Inside The Road to Recovery Runs Through Cardiac Rehabilitation P.2 How Cardiac Ready Are You? P.3 CHI Mercy Health is excited to introduce a brand new CT scanner to the community. This spring, CHI Mercy Health received a $400,000 grant from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust's Rural Healthcare Program—one of only 41 regional grant recipients. To make the most of this gift, CHI Mercy Health purchased a new, 64-slice CT scanner. This advanced technology delivers comprehensive diagnostic views of structures within the body, providing faster scans and higher-quality results than other equipment. Improving the ecacy and quality of the imaging process means medical sta will have an easier time determining a patient's health status and course of treatment. Plus, patients will now have access to this equipment closer to home. The purchase of this new CT scanner is just one more way CHI Mercy Health is striving to bring better care to ourcommunity. For more information about the services available at CHI Mercy Health, visit services. LET'S TALK TECH Paul Kamrowski, Radiology Tech., Susan Kringlie, Radiology Manager

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