St. John's Hospital Radiology
St. John’s Hospital (SJH) is a Level 1 Trauma Center licensed for 539 beds to service inpatients with an annual imaging volume in excess of 180,000 studies per year. The radiology department supports 100+ full and part-time employees. The Children’s Hospital, Cancer Institute, Hospice and Home Health services are all located at St. John's Hospital. St. John's Hospital is home to the STAT-Stroke program and STAT-Heart program.
Equipment / Technology
- CT scanners (128 dual source, dual energy Siemens scanner in the Emergency Room; 16 and 32 Slice Toshiba CT with CT fluoroscopy
- 1.5 Tesla MRI Siemens scanner capable of cardiac imaging
- 3.0 Tesla MRI Large Bore Siemens scanner
- 4 – Nuclear Medicine cameras
- 7 – Ultrasound Scanners
- Computerized Radiography for inpatient, outpatient and ED services
- Digital Mammography/Breast Tomosynthesis
- Newest version of Powerscribe 360 for voice dictation
- Critical Results/Verphy Reporting Software
- TerraRecon Advanced 3D Visualization
- Sectra IDS7 Advanced PACS workstation
- The Radiology department consists of the following specialty areas: Diagnostic, CT, MRI, Interventional, Ultrasound, Mammography, Nuclear Medicine, and PET/CT.
- St. John's Hospital currently uses the Epic ITS Radiology Information system for order entry, charge capture and result reporting.
- The Radiology department at St. John's Hospital has the ability to provide catheter directed Chemotherapy and Radiofrequency Ablation of tumors. The Radiology department works with the Children’s Hospital to provide sedation for our Pediatric patients for all procedures as appropriate.
- St. John's Hospital serves as a clinical site for Diagnostic Radiology, CT, MRI, and Ultrasound for community colleges in the central Illinois area. St. John's Hospital also has a clinical affiliation with Finley, Ohio for Nuclear Medicine. St. John's Hospital is very committed to the education of healthcare professionals.