MRI

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses strong magnets to create detailed images of the internal body. A MRI usually takes about 30-45 minutes to complete and different machines can accommodate standing or lying down, and in open or closed settings. Your doctor may request the use of contrast dye to improve the images.

Schedule

Insurance

We accept all major insurance plans to keep you in-network. We’ll always schedule you at a center that meets your criteria and preferences.

or

Self-pay

We accept all credit cards.

Medmo Rate

from $350.00

Market Rate

from $850.00

How it works

Get imaging in 3 simple steps

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Tell Us What You Need

Tell us what you need, when you’re free, and where you're located. Use your insurance, or select our special self-pay rates.

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Get Scheduled

We’ll schedule you the best, high-quality appointment for you. Our care team coordinates with your providers to make sure it goes smoothly.

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Get Your Scan

Sit back and relax! Simply show up for your appointment and we’ll handle the rest. You and your physician will get a copy of your report and images.

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