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Stentor reaches milestone

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The addition of more 30 new hospitals to the installed base of iSite PACS in the second half of 2002 brings the customer list of PACS developer Stentor to more than 150 North American healthcare institutions. New facilities utilizing the Web-based PACS

The addition of more 30 new hospitals to the installed base of iSite PACS in the second half of 2002 brings the customer list of PACS developer Stentor to more than 150 North American healthcare institutions. New facilities utilizing the Web-based PACS include Kootenai Medical Center in Coeur d'Alene, ID, Valley Radiologists in Glendale, AZ, and Wright Patterson Medical Center in Dayton, OH.

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