Welcome to Jefferson Imaging-Doylestown MRI. Having served the Bucks County Community for over 25 years, we are proud to offer high-quality service at a fraction of the cost of hospitals.
OPEN EXTREMITY MRI
GE EXTREMITY MACHINE
OPEN FULL BODY MRI
ESPREE FULL BODY OPEN MRI
APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE SAME DAY OR NEXT.
Radiology interpretation by faculty physicians of
the Department of Radiology at Thomas Jefferson University
800 West State St
Doylestown, PA 18901
7:15 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturdays - call for availability
OPTIMA GE SPECIALTY EXTREMITY
The Optima MR430s from GE Healthcare is a specialty MRI scanner available for patients needing an exam of the arm, including elbow, wrist and hand, or the leg, including knee, ankle and foot. It is designed to be more comfortable for these types of scans than a full-body MRI, but provides the same image quality available with a whole-body MRI system.
WHOLE BODY MRI
SIEMENS MAGNETOM ESPREE
Nearly 2.3 feet in diameter, and with almost one foot of free space between your head and the magnet, the Siemens MAGNETOM Espree Open Bore MRI accomodates patients of all sizes and is perfect for those who get anxious during an MRI. You'll no longer feel like you're nose-to-nose with the top of the magnet.
THE SHORTEST 1.5 TESLA MAGNET AVAILABLE
Approximately four feet long, the magnet
allows more than 60 percent of exams to be completed with the patient's head outside of the bore.
MAGNETOM Espree's high power delivers excellent images. So you can rest easy inside and also rest easy with a confident diagnosis.
You can relax on a padded chair beside the scanner, reclining comfortably, much like you would in your favorite chair at home. Because you sit next to the scanner, your experience may not only provide a more comfortable exam, but also less anxiety if you have concerns about going into a full-body MRI. And, because you're more relaxed and less prone to moving around, the resulting images are likely to be even more clear and consistent, which means doctors can be more confident in their diagnosis.