How many square feet am I willing to dedicate to the x-ray suite?
Could I double utilize my x-ray suite with something else such as a procedure room?
Will I hire a registered technologist to perform x-rays?
What is my patient demographic landscape?
What is my initial budget?
What length of warranty am I comfortable with?
What is my annual service contract budget after the initial warranty period?
Where do I want to store patient images and how do I want to access them?
Regardless of the phase that your urgent care is in (start-up, existing office that needs an upgrade, or multiple site operator), evaluating the answers to these questions will help narrow the focus towards a very specific type of equipment configuration. Each configuration will have a few hardware and software options to select from to finalize the process. Once an equipment type has been selected there will be site specific details to nail down around incoming power to the building, lighting preferences for the x-ray suite, and finishes for the operator control area. Once the equipment selection is final, the next step in the process will be working with your Imperial expert to make sure that government compliance is understood and met. In conjunction, we will work with any architects and contractors (if applicable) to ensure a smooth transition from build-out to installation and turnover. Our experts at Imperial Imaging are available to help walk you through these steps and questions along with any others to make sure you have selected the best-fit equipment for your urgent care, meeting compliance every step of the way.