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February 12, 2021

Good Samaritan Medical Center, part of the Palm Beach Health Network, is the first hospital in Palm Beach County to use the Ziehm 3-D CT Imaging Arm for scans of the spine.

Ziehm 3-D CT Imaging Arm device can perform a complete scan in less than three minutes and gives more complete and thorough scans and views of the anatomy.

“Our hospital is always looking for better ways to deliver high-quality care to our patients, and this new technology offers our community some of the best 3-D imaging to give our doctors an even more precise view during a surgical procedure,” said Sheri Montgomery, chief executive officer of Good Samaritan Medical Center.  “We remain committed to providing patients in Palm Beach County with comprehensive treatment options close to home, and in a safe environment.”

This technology is all part of the growing neurosciences program at Good Samaritan Medical Center.  It is critical that you have access to the best care as quickly as possible. Good Samaritan Medical Center is here to help with recovery.

“The Ziehm 3-D CT Imaging Arm will allow us an even clearer path to better patient outcomes,” said Dr. Lloyd Zucker, Chief of Neurosurgery at Good Samaritan Medical Center.  “This technology allows us access to high quality, detail-rich imaging that gives patients the accuracy and efficiency you need in demanding orthopedic, neurosurgery, trauma or spinal procedures, all with minimal radiation and in less time.”



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