Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) tests provide clear images of the human body without the use of X-rays. Using a large magnet, radio waves and a computer, an MRI can evaluate various body parts such as the brain, neck, spine, abdomen and joints.
Many indications can be evaluated with an MRI exam including back pain, recent spine or joint injury, headaches, dizziness, stroke, metastatic disease and abdominal or pelvic pain.
The MRI exam is painless and generally safe. Patients will be asked to complete an MRI patient screening form to assure safety before entering the strong magnetic field. The form addresses implantable devices, patient condition, pain, claustrophobia and current medications. The MRI staff performs pre-screenings to ensure patient safety and to provide the best service possible.
Russell Regional Hospital is dedicated to providing its patients with advanced technology and quality readings by radiologists. The MRI is a mobile unit and provides services every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Russell Regional Hospital ensures a safe environment for patients and employees while providing excellent patient care. Each patient's needs are met with the use of new techniques for diagnosis and treatment, and new processes for improving patient care, while optimizing resources to support the community and hospital.
Russell Regional Hospital
200 South Main St.
Russell, KS 67665
Every Wednesday Afternoon (Times Vary)
Every Saturday 7:30 A.M. to 4 P.M.
MRI outpatient parking is available directly north and east of the hospital.
Patient Referral and Scheduling
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