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Testing Center

The Testing Center is a single location where patients can receive a variety of outpatient exams, including:

Electrocardiogram (EKG)
A test to measure the electrical activity of the heart

Echovascular exam
Exams for the heart

Electroencephalogram (EEG)
A diagnostic test to measure the electrical activity of the brain

Pulmonary Function Test (PFT)
A diagnostic test to measure the working level and disease process of the lungs

X-Rays

Blood drawing

Mechanical Ventilation
Initiation, maintenance, and monitoring of the machines used to assist in breathing

Small Volume Nebulizer (SVN)
Used to deliver medication directly to the lungs and ease shortness of breath

Arterial Blood Gas (ABG)
A diagnostic blood test to determine the proper functioning of the lungs and kidneys

Pulse Oximetry
A non-invasive method to measure the oxygen in your blood.

BiPAP/CPAP
Machines used to help maintain a proper airway and help aid in maintaining oxygen levels, primarily during sleep

Nerve Conduction Velocity/Electromyogram (NCV/EMG)
Diagnostic tests to measure the electrical activity of the nerves and muscles

Polysomnogram (PSG)
An overnight sleep study used to diagnose sleep disturbances


The Testing Center allows direct access testing to be completed at our Main Campus, as well as West Campus. Sleep studies and stress tests will also be scheduled through The Testing Center.

The Testing Center is located on the first floor next to the Chapel. For questions, please call (432) 221-2100.


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