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Patient Information

Patient Forms

Click ​the links below to download our Patient Forms. Please complete the forms and bring with you on the day of your appointment.

  1. Patient Responsibility Form

  2. Patient Information Form

  3. MRI Clearance Form

  4. MRI Contrast Consent Form

  5. MVA/Workers' Comp/Personal Injury Form

Not sure how to prepare for your visit? What do you need to bring with you? All of your questions can be answered here. Click the links below for more information or to download our patient registration forms.


Please inform the patient registration staff if any of the following apply when scheduling your appointment:


  • If you are pregnant

  • If you are claustrophobic

  • If you have a pacemaker or have had heart and/or brain surgery

  • If you have had an allergic reaction to IV contrast

  • If you have renal impairment or are on dialysis

  • If you weigh more than 300 pounds

  • If you have been exposed to metallic dust or splinters in your eyes

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What should I bring to my appointment?

Plan to arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to complete and verify your patient registration paperwork (unless you complete prior to arriving). Be sure to bring your driver's license, insurance card(s), and prescription from your referring physician.


  2. What should I wear?   

We recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and remove all jewelery containing metal and do not bring other metal objects with you (i.e. coins, etc.)


  3. Do you accept my insurance?

We accept most major commerical health insurance plans along with all Automotive and Workers' Compensation Insurance. Please call our office for any insurance-related questions and our staff will be happy to answer them.


   4. Do I need a prescription?

Yes. All imaging procedures require a prescription authorizing the procedure from your referring physician.


   5. Are your doctors and technicians specially trained?

Yes. All of our radiologists are board-certified and members of the American College of Radiology. Our imaging technicians receive extensive training to ensure you have a great experience.


   6. How long will my appointment take?

Your appointment will be approximately 30 minutes up to 2 hours, depending upon the imaging procedure and body part(s) being examined. Please ask our patient representatives how long to expect when scheduling your appointment.


  7.  Will the results be sent to my physician?

Yes. Radiologist reports will be sent to your referring physician as soon as available. You will be given images to take with you to your next appointment.

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