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Carestream Snaps Up Imaging Contracts

June 27, 2007
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Regional Medical Center (Memphis, Tenn.) and Valley Presbyterian Hospital (Van Nuys, Calif.) have selected Kodak Carestream's Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) and Radiology Information System (RIS) solutions to provide imaging services to its facilities.

The following healthcare providers have placed orders for Carestream's solutions:

· Clinton PHS Clinic (Clinton, Okla.)

· Decatur County Hospital (Leon, Iowa)

· Gulf Coast Medical Center (Wharton, Texas)

· Mercy Medical Hospital (Centerville, Iowa)

· Patients Medical Center (Pasadena, Texas)

· Regional Medical Center (Memphis, Tenn.)

· Sports Medicine Associates (San Antonio, Texas)

· Valley Presbyterian Hospital (Van Nuys, Calif.)

In addition, some facilities purchased Kodak Carestream Information Management Solutions, Kodak Directview Computed Radiography (CR) Systems and Carestream Business Diagnostics, says the company.

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