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Quality Patient Care makes real difference to our patients. Fear of patients and/or patients with complex implanted device(s) can make what we, as MR technologists, do challenging/ taxing. The manner in which we choose to respond and/or approach patient care makes all the difference.

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Don't Just Care, Provide Care

Patient care is often look at as less important than other areas of MRI. Our patient's are scared and need our comfort. If we provide this, they will make our jobs easier.

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