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KMG Modalities

No matter how much you scan,
the solution is always clear.

With KMG’s vast experience in both Interim and Fixed-Base solutions and our long-standing partnerships with every leading manufacturer of MRI, CT and PET/CT equipment, your facility will have a clear vision of what success looks like.

Not sure what you need? We can help with our insightful Site Planning Guide or Customized Assessment.

MRI Modalities
Toshiba Titan MRI Equipment

MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)

Used to provide highly detailed images of the organs and tissues within the body, MRIs use strong magnetic and radio waves to detect conditions like brain tumors, traumatic brain injury, 

developmental anomalies, multiple sclerosis, stroke, dementia, infection, and the causes of headache.KMG works with the world’s leading MRI manufacturers. 

Available in Interim or Fixed-Base applications, we will work with you to determine the optimal environment for your MRI, which OEM system best fits your needs and even help in announcing your new MRI capabilities to the local medical community.


KMG partners with leading MRI OEMs including Siemens, GE and Philips.


Whether you choose an Interim or Fixed-Base solution, KMG will handle all the details, including ensuring the gauss field is fully enclosed by specialized steel shielding to provide optimal image quality.

Siemens CT Scanner

CT (Computed Tomography)

Utilizing radiation (X-rays) to detect bone and joint problems, cancer, heart disease, emphysema, liver masses and other issues, CTs create a 3D picture of organs, bones, and other body tissues.

Whether you’re looking for an Interim CT solution to handle patient backlog or are ready to build your dream CT imaging suite in your facility, KMG has the experience and expertise to make it happen. Our professional staff, meticulous processes and strong OEM relationships mean your facility will have the exact CT equipment you need exactly when you need it.


Long-standing alliances with renowned CT OEMs including Siemens, GE, Philips and Toshiba.


Available in Interim and Fixed-Base applications, KMG can have you scanning in as little as two days for your short-term needs and as fast as four weeks for long-term and permanent suites.

CT Equipment Upgrade In House

PET/CT (Positron Emission Tomography)

Perhaps one of the most robust scanning technologies, PET/CT scans give physicians two different perspectives of the same area. The PET scan shows what is happening on a cellular level where the CT scan shows the same area from an anatomical level.

The PET/CT scan uses a radiopharmaceutical tracer to help identify malignant tumor cells making the scan ideal for early disease detection, malignant tumor identification, and diagnosis of conditions like epilepsy.

Available in Interim and Fixed-Base applications, KMG can help you with your immediate, short-term needs or make you the long-term “go to” facility for PET/CT scans in the region. Either way, KMG will help you get your state-of-the-art PET/CT equipment on time and on budget.


KMG has relationships with the most respected PET/CT OEMs including Siemens, GE and Philips.


With our fully trained staff, KMG will have your Interim PET/CT operating smooth and efficiently from the first day, and can even help save you money when purchasing your FDG tracer.


Your new MRI, CT or PET/CT imaging capabilities will go a long way to building your reputation in the community, providing even better patient care and boosting your facility’s bottom line. Whether you need a short-term Interim solution or a long-term Fixed-Base modular unit or in-house suite, KMG is ready to help you achieve your imaging goals.

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Our partnership with KMG enabled us to acquire new equipment and have KMG’s experienced personnel to manage the services. They also helped us improve women’s care by helping us introduce Breast MRI to our region. Now we can locate cancer cells far more effectively and, when combined with early detection, help save patients’ lives.