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The next quantum leap in CT technology has arrived at King’s Daughters Medical Center (KDMC) and offers unparalleled quality. The 256-slice CT scanner is a new generation of scanner that improves on the technology offered by 64-slice scanners that became widely available in 2005. With four times the imaging power of the previous generation, the 256-slice CT scanner combines power and speed, creating extremely high-resolution images with reduced radiation exposure.

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In response to requests from the community, the Grayson Cardiology Clinic is opening Wednesday, Feb. 11, to provide antithrombosis services for patients taking blood thinner medications like Coumadin®. The new clinic is housed in the cardiology office, located in Suite 105, on the first level of the King's Daughters Medical Specialties Center, 609 N. Carol Malone Blvd. Appointments to the Grayson Cardiology Clinic are required and can be made by calling (606) 474-2235.

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FORTUNE announced Thursday that King’s Daughters Medical Center (KDMC), for the second consecutive year, has been recognized as a “100 Best Companies to Work For.” The full results of the 12th annual listing are available today at, and will be featured in the Feb. 2 issue of FORTUNE magazine.

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King’s Daughters Medical Center President/CEO Fred Jackson was recognized last week with a Seven Seals award for his significant individual support to promote and support the area’s men and women serving with the National Guard and Reserve.

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Raceland resident Sarah Armstrong has been named director of the Business Office at King’s Daughters Medical Center (KDMC).

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Sandra Waddell, of the King’s Daughters Medical Center (KDMC) Home Medical Equipment department has passed the credentialing exam to become a certified Assistive Technology Supplier (ATS). The certification is granted by the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA).

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