Are you looking for a Private MRI in London? You have come to the right place.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a type of scan that uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to produce detailed images of the inside of the body.
Our private MRI in London can diagnose a variety of conditions, from heart disease to tumours. They are very useful for examining the organs in detail, producing images that enable the Consultant Radiologists to detect any abnormalities. Our new Philips 3T Open MRI scanner offers unrivalled speed and image resolution.
During the scan, you will lie on a bed that slides inside a machine, called an MRI scanner. The scan is painless and you must lie still.
Who is it suitable for?
Our 3T MRI scans are suitable for almost anyone, including adults, children, the elderly, and those who may feel nervous during MRI scans.
Is it safe?
A 3T MRI scan is a safe and pain-free procedure. However, not everyone can have a 3T MRI scan and it is important that you make us aware if any of the following apply to you:
When booking your private MRI scan in London you will be given a questionnaire which will ask you the following questions amongst a few others:
• Are you pregnant
• Do you have pieces of metal in your body. You might have metal in your body if you have a stent, for example.
• Do you have metal or electronic devices in your body, such as a cardiac pacemaker or a metal artificial joint
The duration of your MRI scan varies depending on the areas to be scanned. After the scan, an image disc with your MRI images will be given to you. A full written report signed off by a specialist Consultant Radiologist will be provided to you within 24 hours of your scan.
All our private MRI in London are conducted in the world-renowned Harley Street, one of the major medical centres in the world.
Please note that we can only accept self-funding patients (insurance appointments not available)
If you have any questions or to book an appointment, please call us now on 020 7580 3145 or complete our quick enquiry form.