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JCH Now Offering Low Dose Lung CT Scans

Dr. Joseph Vormohr to Join JCH in 2018

JCH Now Offering Heart Healthy Scans

Jay Family Medicine Relocation

Carol Keihn to join Jay Family Medicine

LifeBridge Senior Behavioral Health Unit Renamed JCH Behavioral Health



Jay County Hospital is continuing to provide first class service and care with the purchase of a Phillips 128-Slice CT Scanner. Our new CT Scanner offers improved image quality, faster scan times and lower radiation. With this new technology, Jay County Hospital has the ability to offer more advanced, life-saving tests and scans.

We are now offering Heart Healthy CT Scans!

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women, and JCH is now offering Heart Healthy CT Scans to help detect the early signs of heart disease. A Heart Healthy scan is a 15 minute, quick and simple, non-invasive scan that gives a clearer picture of the health of your heart and arteries. The Heart Healthy CT Scan takes a picture of the heart and coronary arteries, showing calcified or hardened plaque (an early warning sign of heart disease).

The cost is $50 which includes a scan and a professional reading by a board certified radiologist.

Who should get a Heart Healthy CT Scan?

If you are over 50 years old with any of the following risk factors:*Family history of heart disease *Smoking/tobacco use *High Cholesterol *Diabetes *Obesity *Inactive lifestyle *High blood pressure *Stress

Contact 260-726-1821 to schedule your Heart Healthy Scan.


Our Physicians from Radiology Associates of Muncie provide interpretations for our full line of services.

• CT Scan
• New Open design MRI
• Nuclear Medicine/Cardiac Scans
• Digital Mammography with R2 Checker (ACR Accreditation)
• DEXA (bone mineral density testing)


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Jay County Hospital offers a new, state-of-the-art detection and diagnostic service to patients and physicians in the Jay County area in conjunction with Shared Medical Services of Cottage Grove, WI. The PET-CT System is available on an every other Friday morning schedule. This new PET-CT scanner is being used to help diagnose cancer and other diseases. The scanner is a one-two punch of technology that provides great sensitivity in detecting and locating abnormalities in tissue throughout the body. 

Our outpatient hours: 

• 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
• 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Saturdays

For more information, please call Radiology at (260) 726-7131, Ext. 1021.