All MRI exams require a doctor’s order

  • Same day turnaround on reports

  • Preliminary reports, WET/STAT reads and physician consults available

  • Responsive board certified radiologist

  • Exceptional quality studies with
    unsurpassed image quality

  • Web portal access for referring physicians to view images and reports
  • Experienced technologists

  • State-of-the-art, high field (3.0) technology with ultra short bores.

  • Contrast enhancement available

  • Fast and easy appointment scheduling

  • State-of-the-art CT, Ultrasound and X-Ray services available at our Bethesda location

  • Convenient and flexible appointments
    often within 24 hours

  • Patient transportation to and from appointments when needed

  • Compassionate and friendly environment

  • Most insurances and Medicare accepted

 



If you have unique personal preferences regarding how your reports are formatted or received, we are willing to work with you.  Just let your representative know and he/she can set it up for you.

At Bethesda MRI and Virginia MRI, we make scheduling easy by asking the basic information listed below in one quick phone call. From the time of your phone call, we can schedule the exam usually within 24 hours. After we receive this information from the doctor's office, we call the patient for an extensive interview.

Information Needed to Schedule MRI

  1. Full name of Patient

  2. Date of Birth

  3. Social Security #

  4. Home and Work Telephone Numbers

  5. Doctor's Name

  6. Type of MRI Study/Procedure requested

  7. Reason for Study/Procedure

  8. Type of Insurance and Authorization Number, if available

To Prepare Your Patients:

  • Please ask patient to arrive 30 minutes prior to their scan time.

  • Have patient bring along your written order and any previous report and/or films.

  • Remind them to call and get any necessary pre-approvals required by their insurance.

  • Access and prescribe medication if needed for anxiety.

  • Ask the patient to call Bethesda MRI and Virginia MRI if they have any questions before their MRI appointment.