St MARY OPEN MRI is dedicated to refining the patient’s experience while going through the medical imaging they require. We’re proud to offer comfort and quality of service at the fraction of standard hospital charges. Our staff is highly qualified, and we have state- of -the- art equipments. We make it our primary objective to suit your individual needs.
We have been serving northwest Indiana for over 10 years. We are only 30 minutes from downtown Chicago and 20 minutes from Valparaiso. Patients come from all over because of our affordable services. We offer quality imaging at discounted prices!
We have undergone an extensive renovation, upgrading our facility to be completely patient centric and comfortable for you. St Mary Open MRI added High Field Magnet MRI. We hope you enjoy the relaxing and comfortable atmosphere and our friendly staff that is here to answer your questions about our diagnostic services.
Over the past few years, St MARY OPEN MRI upgraded equipments to ensure our patients needs. We have made sure to provide an experience one won’t forget. It is our mission to show compassion towards all of our patient’s situations and to delight their physicians. We thank you for all the support that has been shown to St MARY OPEN MR!
We offer same day appointment. Our rates are just fraction of standard hospital charge. You’ll be able to come in when it’s convenient for you, with minimal waiting times, with a friendly and helpful staff that will make you feel comfortable. We provide a 24-hour report turnaround and 2-hours STAT readings requested by your physician!
We’re proud to say that we have a staff composed of highly trained technicians that work to ensure your images are of the highest diagnostic quality. Our front desk/reception staff is also available to answer any questions you may have about us or our services.
We meet the highest standards of diagnostic image quality and has passed the stringent quality standards set by the American College of Radiology (ACR) in both Computer Assisted Tomography (CAT/CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). For more information, check out ACR.org