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4114 South Jackson Street, San Angelo, Texas Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. 325.703.6741 (MRI1)

Locally Owned & Operated
Now Open!

Photo Credit: Kylie Phillips

Grand Opening Special: $399 Without Contrast $799 With Contrast.

Know Before You Go

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First things first:

  • Have your physician refer you to Angelo MRI with a prescription.
  • Either you or your physician’s office will call to schedule your test.
  • If you have claustrophobia, your physician may prescribe an oral medication for you to take with you to your MRI scan. Follow the instructions on the bottle.

To prepare for your MRI scan:

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Before you leave home:

Prescriptions

If your doctor has prescribed a sedative, someone must accompany you to Angelo MRI and drive you home.

No Jewelry

Leave your valuables at home, including jewelry as it must be removed prior to entering the scan room.

Bring a Translator

If you need language translation services, please bring someone with you who will help translate for you.

Patient Forms

If you have downloaded and completed patient forms, be sure to take them to the appointment. If you have not yet received your forms, you can download the patient forms here, or you may fill them out once you arrive at Angelo MRI.

Bring Identification

Have identification and implant cards (if applicable) for reference, as well as your form of payment. Angelo MRI accepts cash, personal check, all major credit cards, Apple Pay, and Android Pay. Insurance will be accepted soon.

Dont Eat or Drink for 6-8 Hours before your scan

Unless otherwise instructed, take your daily medications as you normally would, and maintain your normal activities and diet. Exception: For an abdominal MRI only, do not eat or drink anything for six to eight hours prior to your scan.

Arrive Early

Arrive 30 Mintues Early

Arrive Early

At Angelo MRI:

During the MRI Scan:

After the MRI scan:

Preparing Children for an MRI:

MRI examinations require that the patient hold still for long periods of time. We invite our younger patients to watch this video to get ready for their MRI: