The most powerful Open MRI in Polk County.
You CAN have the high-quality images of a conventional MRI in a patient-friendly, more comfortable, wide-open MRI!
The advanced vertical field technology of our new Oasis Open MRI system is exactly what patients want while delivering images comparable to a closed-bore 1.5T system. This Open MRI has the highest field strength of ANY Open MRI. Scans are completed in 30 minutes or less, and the patient can have the option of head-first of feet-first imaging. With an 82 cm wide bore and a full 270-degree field of view, patients will feel instantly at ease and have the ability to see all around them.
- 1.2 T High Field strength achieves excellent quality images
- Shorter scan times compared with other open MRI systems
- Able to accommodate patients up to 660 pounds
- Able to perform Neuro, Vascular and Body Imaging
Designed for Challenging Patients
No matter how challenging the patient or situation, Oasis is designed to simplify imaging difficult patients including pediatric, bariatric, geriatric and claustrophobic. The widest patient table, unlimited lateral opening, robust motion compensation are just a few of the features that make all patients more comfortable and relaxed during the scan.
This comfortable open MRI is great for:
- Pediatric patients* – Continuous contact during exam
- Bariatric patients – Comfortably image the largest patients
- Geriatric patients – Easy patient access to reduce stress and worry
- Claustrophobic patients – Open, approachable and relaxing
Schedule Your Open MRI Today
To learn more about our open MRI services in Lakeland, FL which are optimized for patient comfort, please call (863) 688-2334. Radiology and Imaging Specialists at Lakeland Regional Health proudly serves Lakeland, Kissimmee, Plant City, and the surrounding areas in Central Florida.
*RIS at LRH radiologists do not sedate children so the child must be able to be still for extended amounts of time. We do not provide Open MRI for children under the age of 5 and if contrast is needed the radiologist will need to be consulted and approved beforehand.