With board-certified radiologists and accreditations by the American College of Radiology for Excellence, Montclair Radiology provides diagnostic MRI exams using the most up-to-date MRI techniques and state-of-the-art technology.

“You guys run a good ship. I’ve been to you several times, as has my wife. We’re completely happy with your services. Wouldn’t go elsewhere.”

Robert M. | MRI Patient

Getting an MRI at Montclair Radiology

An MRI scan is a sophisticated imaging procedure that will help your physician better understand and diagnose a particular health issue. At Montclair Radiology, we practice safe, up-to-date MRI scanning procedures, thus providing patients and physicians faster and more accurate detection.

Montclair Radiology continues to be one of the leading radiology centers in NJ. As the first site in America to clinically utilize MRIs and Northern New Jersey’s first radiology practice to offer open-air MRI, Montclair Radiology stays up-to-date on the latest procedures and technology to provide better service to our patients and physicians.

We have 4 best in class MR machines available to accommodate all of our patient's needs.. At our West Caldwell location, we have one of the area’s few truly OPEN High Field 1.0T MRI units, and a new 3T Wide Bore patient-friendly MRI machine. Offering the best image quality and unparalleled patient comfort with an opening of 2.3 ft., this is the strongest MRI machine with the largest opening available producing exceptional images. In our Nutley imaging center, we have a Toshiba Vantage 1.5 T machine. It is the quietest machine MRI machine available. In Montclair our Siemens 1.5 wide bore MRI unit has the widest opening of any high field MRI available.  It also has a very compact length and this allows for more than 60 % of exams to be completed with the patient’s head outside the MRI unit.

Most importantly though is the superb quality of the exams produced on our machines. Our specialty-trained radiologists are well-versed in the most up-to-date MRI techniques available.

Common Questions about MRI

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