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We accept most major medical insurances, including participating with Blue Cross Blue Shield. Please bring an identification card and a copy of your insurance card to your appointment. Please arrive 10 to 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to complete any missing paperwork. When possible, pre-certifications are performed by our staff.
We also offer:
- Convenient locations across the metro
- Easy access and limited wait times
- Relaxing and inviting atmosphere
- Quick scan times
- Radiology interpretation with 24 hours
- Review by two in-house radiologists which reduces possibility of repeat exams
Please notify your physician if you are pregnant. Take any medications as prescribed by your doctor unless you are instructed otherwise.
Before entering the exam room, you may be asked to wear a hospital gown and to remove make-up and dentures to avoid magnetic interference. You will also need to leave items that are not compatible with a magnetic field in a secure place outside of the scan room. Some such items are: hair accessories, jewelry, watches, coins, keys, glasses, credit cards, hearing aids, and other metal objects.
Please notify your doctor or the technologist if you have had any surgeries or implants, aneurysm clips, surgical staples, foreign metal objects in the eye, shrapnel or bullet wounds, or a pacemaker, neurostimulator (Tens-unit), intrauterine device (IUD), drug infusion device implant, or permanent eyeliner.
For CT and MRI scans, upon entering the room, you will be situated on a scanning table. You should make sure you are comfortable and you should continue to breathe normally to ensure that you can remain still for the duration of the scan.