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Superior Imaging Suite Solutions Since 1982
Since MRI hit the market, PDC has focused on creating solutions to meet the imaging market’s needs. In the 80’s, we developed superior MRI RF Shielding and the Cassette® to speed MRI to market. In 2011, we created the Caring MR Suite® to improve the total imaging experience and outcomes. Today, new solutions, including UV-C LED Bore Sanitization technology, are designed to help you meet the challenges of today. And nearly 40 years later, we're still just getting started.
MRI RF ShieldingMR vendor certified solutions to meet all of your MRI RF Shielding needs, including shielding, doors, windows and waveguides.
Caring MR Suites® + Caring SuitesInstantly personalize MRI suite video, lighting and music. Now with in-bore viewing and for any healthcare space.
Hospital + MRI LightingThe brightest solutions for patient-friendly, compliant and cost-effective lighting for your MRI suite and any healthcare space.
Relocatable Diagnostic Imaging SuitesCassette® and Entree® suite buildings for MRI, CT, PET/CT and Cath-Lab equipment, manufactured in 12 weeks, installed in 1 day and patient-ready in 3 weeks.
Patient Experience ProductsThe latest solutions to improve patient experience in any healthcare space, including MRI and Radiation Therapy.
Patient Experience TestimonialsThrough the patient’s eyes – explore patient and user experience testimonials.
“The [Caring MR Suite] is a real hit! We used to send away/reschedule an average 4-6 claustrophobic patients a week. In the month we have been live…we have only rescheduled one patient to come back with medication. I believe the PDC suite is a big reason for that turnaround.”
“[The Caring MR Suite] is for the benefit of the patient… if it makes the environment & the procedure turn out better … then it is worth it, every penny.”
Learn more about JRMC’s incredible Caring MR Suite from Radiology Director Wayne Harris and patient Maranda.