Sebastian Hospital Has a Quieter MRI - Featured in Vero News
Anyone who has ever had magnetic resonance imaging (an MRI) knows one thing for certain: Those oversized doughnut-shaped devices are really, really loud.
Case Western Reserve University declares the noise they make is roughly the equivalent to sound of a jackhammer pounding concrete 10 or 15 feet away.
Now, however, the Sebastian River Medical Center is offering an alternative: a “quiet” MRI.
MRI technologist Jennifer Baumgardner and Matt McGill, senior director of operations for this Steward Healthcare Group facility, are eager to get that word out.