Dr. George Galanis looks over a CT scan at Chambersburg Hospital, which was recently awarded an accreditation for their computed tomography services from the American College of Radiology.

Chambersburg Hospital computed tomography services receives accreditation


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – Chambersburg Hospital’s computed tomography services (CT Scan) was recently awarded an accreditation as a result of a survey by the American College of Radiology (ACR).

A CT scan provides physicians with a highly detailed image from inside the body using a special x-ray and high-tech computer.

Dr. George Galanis, director of diagnostic imaging at Chambersburg Hospital said of the achievement, “Being awarded this accreditation assures patients of the high quality care they are receiving with every visit.” 

“Providing our patients with excellent image quality while maintaining the greatest level of patient comfort is our main goal,” Galanis continued. “This recognition reaffirms that we are achieving these goals and using the best practices available.”

As part of the four to six month process to achieve ACR accreditation, board-certified physicians and medical physicists who are experts in the field conducted evaluations and assessed the qualifications of the personnel and the quality of facility equipment.

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Chambersburg Hospital, an affiliate of Summit Health, is a non-profit community hospital dedicated to building a healthier community through leading-edge medical technology, skilled physicians, caring staff, and convenient locations. For more information about Chambersburg Hospital, call (717) 267-3000 or visit

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