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No appointment necessary. Visit one of our convenient locations listed below.


  Sanford Downtown Walk-in Clinic
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  Sanford North Walk-in Clinic
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  Sanford Children's Walk-in Clinic
Serving children
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  Sanford Health Walk-in Clinic
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  Sanford Health Walk-in Clinic
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Sanford MRI Center

The Sanford MRI Center is proud to offer two scanners to meet patient needs—a high field scanner and an open scanner.


Open-bore, high field scanner

If you suffer from claustrophobia, normally require sedation or anesthesia for MRI’s, or have difficulty getting on or into an MRI scanner, then this true open-bore, high resolution scanner is for you. It has offset pillars allowing for an ultra-wide table with a 270 degree unobstructed view. This creates anxiety-free comfort for children, the elderly or large patients, or those in critical care—yet provides high resolution scans.

High field scanner

The traditional high field scanner is tube-shaped with flared openings at both ends. A recent upgrade provides us with the ability to quickly scan multiple body parts at one time at a high resolution. An MRI with the high field scanner can also take the place of an angiogram, providing a non-invasive alternative without the hospital stay.

Frequently asked questions

Can all exams be done on either scanner?

Some exams must be done on the closed high field scanner. Your doctor, along with the radiologist and MRI Center staff, will determine which scanner would be appropriate for your type of exam.

Will a contrast injection be given during my examination?

In certain instances, a contrast agent may be administered to enhance your study. This contrast is extremely safe and requires no precautions prior to receiving it.


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