Open MRI in Middletown NJ
At Middletown Medical Imaging, we believe that your comfort and peace of mind is our responsibility. That’s why we’re proud to offer open MRI’s in Middletown, NJ, for patients needing magnetic resonance imaging. An open MRI at our ACR accredited facility provides all of the diagnostic qualities of a traditional MRI with the patient benefits of an open MRI experience.
What Is an Open MRI?
MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging, is a safe and painless noninvasive procedure to obtain highly accurate images of the body. By design, an open MRI scanner is less restrictive and confined than a traditional MRI. We find that our patients enjoy the increased peace of mind that comes from the comfort and freedom that this less-restrictive imaging experience provides.
With more room around patients, an Open MRI machine can accommodate a wide variety of body types comfortably. Our Open MRI’s body-weight capacity allows us to scan many larger patients with ease. The open design of our Open MRI in Middletown helps patients who experience mild claustrophobia without sacrificing the diagnostic accuracy of images taken. In addition, an Open MRI is an excellent choice for patients that need additional supervision throughout the process.
During an Open MRI in Middletown, you will lay on a cushioned table that slides easily into the open MRI machine. You will be monitored at all times and a high-quality speaker system will keep you connected to our technician throughout the procedure.
At Middletown Medical Imaging, we use the Hitachi Airis Elite, one of the most popular Open MRI’s on the market. The Hitachi Airis Elite provides high-quality images to ensure accurate results.
Physician Referrals for Open MRI’s in Middletown NJ
If you’re a physician, you’ll enjoy the ease of working with Middletown Medical Imaging. We strive to provide top-notch medical imaging services to help physicians provide the best patient care possible. Our staff prides itself on providing responsive service and fast reporting to referring physicians. Reports are typically available within 24 hours and within one hour in emergency situations.