Radiology in the spotlight at PMH

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The Pocahontas Memorial Hospital (PMH) Board of Trustees receives department updates during its regular monthly meetings. During the August meeting last Thursday, the Board heard an update on one of the hospital’s most critical branches – the radiology department. Radiology is a medical specialty in which various imaging technologies, including More...

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