Radiologic Technologist at BMH Earns Certification in Computed Tomography

Kim Koshinsky, RT (R) of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital has earned certification in Computed Tomography from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. She will add the “CT” designation to her credentials.

Kim Koshinsky, RT (R)

“Kim’s pursuit of an additional credential shows her commitment to exceptional quality in patient care, for every patient, every visit,” said Marcy Rushford, Director of Imaging & Cardiology. “The ARRT (CT) is evidence of a depth and breadth of knowledge not only pertaining to imaging, but also to clinical knowledge and patient safety. I am very pleased to have such a dedicated, qualified technologist here at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital. Kim’s commitment to outstanding patient care makes BMH a world class diagnostic imaging center.”

Computed Tomography, better known as CT Scan, is a type of x-ray imaging performed in conjunction with computer analysis to render cross sectional views of the body, similar to the slices in a loaf of bread. CT imaging is used to evaluate for traumatic injury to the body, broken bones, blood clots, strokes, infections and many other diseases. It is also used to guide doctors in performing biopsies and other minimally invasive procedures. More information about Computed Tomography.

CT imaging is currently offered at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital daily from 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM for outpatients and 24 hours a day for emergencies and inpatients. Appointments can be made, with a physician’s order, by calling 802-251-8451.

The BMH Radiology Department performs more than 40,000 procedures annually and provides Breast Imaging, CT, Ultrasound & Echocardiography, Nuclear Medicine & Nuclear Cardiology, MRI and X-Ray imaging, in addition to Bone Density testing.