You can also call the appointment center to schedule, change or cancel an appointment or ask questions.
Beaumont is committed to providing the most convenient and highest quality MRI imaging services for patients and their physicians. We offer:
MRI diagnostic imaging is a non-invasive test that uses a large magnet, pulses of radiofrequency waves, and a computer to create detailed images of organs and structures within your body. Physicians use MRI imaging to diagnose conditions that may not be adequately assessed using other imaging methods such as X-ray, ultrasound or CT scan.
An MRI is often used to:
MRI procedures can be performed on an outpatient basis or as part of inpatient care. The MRI machine is a large, tube-shaped machine that a patient enters for a short time while lying comfortably on an exam table.
Unlike X-rays and CT scans, the MRI does not use radiation. Here's how the MRI works:
At Beaumont, the MRI procedure generally follows this process:
Personal Medication Record (PDF)
MRI Patient Screening (PDF)For all patients receiving an MRI exam
MRI Examination Questionnaire (PDF)For patients receiving an MRI specifically for cervical spine, thoracic spine, lumbar spine, entire spine, sacral spine, neck, soft tissue neck, carotids, neck MRA, sacral/lumbar/cervical plexus, brain or skull
MRI Body/Muscle Skeletal History (PDF)For patients recieving any other MRI/MRA exam not listed above
To schedule a test, call the Appointment Center at 800-328-8542 or request a test online.
Beaumont offers testing in a variety of locations.Find a test location near you.
All three Beaumont hospitals are accredited for MRI by the American College of Radiology.