Arkansas Urology has announced the opening of the Arkansas Urology Diagnostic & Treatment Center at its Little Rock clinic, marking a significant milestone for the state’s largest and most innovative urology practice. Equipped with a Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography (PET/CT) scanner and an advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner, the center will allow Arkansas Urology to provide more efficient care to its patients.
Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Rushing shared his enthusiasm for the center, saying, “The center’s technology is a game-changer for Arkansas Urology. Our patients are at the heart of everything we do, and the addition of PET and MRI scanners to our on-site facilities means that our patients can benefit from a more streamlined care experience, without having to travel elsewhere and manage additional appointments off campus for diagnostic imaging.”
The new Diagnostic & Treatment Center, located at 1300 Centerview Drive in Little Rock, features state-of-the-art technology, including a 3 Tesla MRI scanner, which delivers substantially more resolution than the more common 1.5 Tesla scanners.
“I’m excited for the improvements in patient care that this represents and proud to work for an organization that continually invests in bringing world-class care to Arkansans,” said Dr. Kevin Claybrook, the president of Arkansas Urology.
For 27 years, Arkansas Urology has been a top provider of urological care across the state, and the addition of the Diagnostic & Treatment Center reflects a continued commitment to preventative care. Arkansas Urology invested $6 million in the center’s new technology and the 4,400-square-foot facility.