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MRI in Open MRI — Delaware County

Our focus has been on superior patient comfort, state-of-the-art imaging technology, and a pleasant patient experience from Day One. We have always specialized in the open style of MRIs to accommodate patients with claustrophobia, anxiety, or who are not able to utilize...

    MRI Services (23)

    • MRI - Ankle (without contrast)


    • MRI - Brain (without contrast)


    • MRI - Cervical Spine (without contrast)


    • MRI - Elbow (without contrast)


    • MRI - Finger (without contrast)


    • MRI - Foot (without contrast)


    • MRI - Forearm (without contrast)


    • MRI - Hand (without contrast)


    • MRI - Hip - Unilateral (without contrast)


    Open MRI - Delaware County Imaging Center

    Open MRI - Delaware County Imaging Center

    monday:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    tuesday:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    wednesday:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    thursday:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    friday:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    7600 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby, PA 19082

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    How does it work?

    • Find a facility near you

      Choose from one of our 2,300 walk-in imaging centers.

    • Pay online

      Pay online with a credit card — no doctor’s appointment or insurance needed.

    • Make an appointment

      We’ll email you when your appointment is confirmed.

    • Go to the imaging center

      Head to your appointment at the scheduled time.

    MRI FAQs

    The purpose of an MRI is to view the inside of your body to detect medical abnormalities, such as tumors or organ damage.

    You can perform an MRI on almost any part of the body. MRIs are most commonly done on the brain and spinal cord, bones and joints, heart and blood vessels, as well as the liver, prostate, and womb.

    Depending on whether you are prescribed an MRI with contrast or without, you would begin with either a gadolinium-based dye injection into your arm, or proceed directly to lying down on the bed. The bed will slide into the scanner, where you will be asked to lie very still. You will have direct communication with the trained radiographer throughout the procedure. The machine will produce a lot of noise and you may be asked to wear earplugs.

    MRIs produce a three-dimensional anatomical black-and-white image. It will be read by your physician and explained to you in detail.

    An MRI takes up to 90 minutes, but can be as short as 15 minutes. In some rare cases, depending on the area of the procedure, it can last up to 2 hours.

    You cannot schedule an MRI without a doctor’s order, so you must first get a referral. If you are having trouble finding a doctor, Tripment Health can help match you with a healthcare provider in your area. During the scheduled MRI, you should make sure to remove all jewelry or metal from your body. Please make sure to refrain from using deodorant, perfume, or lotions before you arrive at the medical center, as these particles could compromise the clarity of the images. You may eat normally and continue to use any medication.

    Email us your questions at and we will take care of you.

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    What is Tripment Health?

    Tripment Health is a nationwide digital healthcare marketplace offering self pay or high deductible patients easy access to quality, affordable care with transparent and upfront prices. Patients can choose from thousands of services and procedures including telehealth or in-person visits, diagnostic imaging services, discount prescriptions, lab tests, and more.

    We believe that healthcare can be done better, and it starts with price transparency and healthcare consumerism.