We offer high resolution, low cost MRI & Wide Bore MRI exams at our Derry and Bedford New Hampshire locations. Our costs are 40-70% less than area hospital imaging centers.
MRI exams can be scheduled throughout the week at both our Derry & Bedford locations and Saturdays in Derry.
The better choice for Open MRI
Wide Bore MRI
Our focus is on the patients’ overall experience, by combining patient comfort and investing in advanced technology that can provide the best information to your doctor to help guide your care. The Philips Ingenia is a hi-resolution 1.5T, for the highest digital clarity imaging. It’s wide-bore open magnet provides a very calming, comfortable experience. It features a roomy opening of nearly 2.3 feet (70 cm) in diameter, and a whole foot of free space above one’s head. Perfect for those who may be anxious, claustrophobic or have mobility issues.
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Wide Bore MRI Available Monday – Friday
MRI exams available Monday – Saturday
Wide Bore MRI available on Monday only
Watch the video below for a virtual MRI experience.
What is Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)?
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is an advanced diagnostic procedure that can make very detailed images of internal bodily structures without the use of X-rays or any other form of radiation. MR images are produced through the use of a large and powerful magnet, radio waves and a computer. From high-resolution extremity imaging, breast imaging, head, and spine imaging, to our small extremity coil—we’ve got you covered.
What is Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA)?
Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA) is an exciting field that uses MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) technology to do more than picture the static structures of the body. MRA one of the safest, most comfortable imaging techniques available creates multi-dimensional images of the inside of your body, such as your heart, brain or blood vessels.
It is important that you contact the MRI Scheduler prior to your exam for specific information about your exam at 603-537-1378.