Patient Resources

On this dedicated page, you will find essential information to support your healthcare journey.
To help us better serve you at your appointment, please print and complete the intake form before you arrive. If that is not possible, please notify us so that way may change your arrival time. Also, please bring to your appointment:
  • Photo ID
  • Current insurance card
  • Any medical records that have not been sent to us

New Patient Intake Form

All new patients must fill out this form and have ready at the time of your visit
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Offering precise MRI diagnostics with unparalleled care in Kerrville, Texas.
Cash and most insurance accepted

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Monday - Friday
8 AM - 5 PM
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* Evenings and Saturday hours are available upon request.

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207 Sidney Baker St.S
Kerrville TX 78028
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Common Questions


Yes, you'll typically need to complete a screening questionnaire and consent form to ensure your safety and provide important medical history. Please arrive a bit earlier to allow time for this paperwork.
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An MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) uses strong magnets and radio waves to produce detailed images of the inside of your body, without using radiation.
No, MRI scans are painless. However, you must remain still during the scan, which can be uncomfortable for some.
Depending on the area being scanned, an MRI can take anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour or longer. 

Usually, no special preparation is needed. However, you may be asked to fast for a few hours if a contrast dye is used.
No, MRI uses magnetic fields and radio waves, not radiation, to generate images.
Some metal implants or devices can interfere with the MRI. Always inform your technician about any implants, surgeries, or tattoos before the scan.
Yes, many MRI centers offer headphones or earplugs because the machine can be loud. It helps patients relax during the procedure.