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Registered and vascular-certified sonographers Tom Ozio and Wendi Frusha work at the North Oaks-Livingston Parish Medical Complex. Vascular ultrasound services at North Oaks have been re-accredited for three years by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission. North Oaks has earned IAC accreditation every 3 years consecutively since 1999. “Vascular ultrasounds are a key tool in the early detection of many life-threatening cardiovascular disorders, such as stroke, blood clots, poor circulation and other diseases,” said Casey Alford, director of Diagnostics at North Oaks. “The training and experience of our technologists, the type of equipment used and the quality assessment metrics we are required to measure all contribute to positive patient experiences.”

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Vascular ultrasound services at North Oaks, including the North Oaks-Livingston Parish Medical Complex, have been reaccredited for three years by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission.

North Oaks has earned accreditation from the commission every three years consecutively since 1999.

“Vascular ultrasounds are a key tool in the early detection of many life-threatening cardiovascular disorders, such as stroke, blood clots, poor circulation and other diseases,” said Casey Alford, director of Diagnostics at North Oaks. “The training and experience of our technologists, the type of equipment used and the quality assessment metrics we are required to measure all contribute to positive patient experiences.”