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September 22, 2018

Magnetic Diagnostic Resources of CNY Opens New MRI Location in Fulton


FULTON, N.Y. – Magnetic Diagnostic Resources of Central New York (MDR of CNY) LLP recently opened a new location at 810 S. First St., Fulton, N.Y. MDR of CNY is the largest provider of MRI services in Central New York with 11 locations. The new office features an open MRI scanner that will serve patients and physicians from Fulton, Oswego and the surrounding areas.

An open MRI scanner is capable of doing all MR Imaging sequences. It is very patient friendly with its open gantry design. The open/wide gantry of the Hitachi Aris Elite System can accommodate patients up to 500 pounds and often helps relieve the anxiety of claustrophobic patients. All of the MR procedures are monitored and interpreted by on-site radiologists.

“We are excited to open a new office in Fulton,” said Michael J. Letizia, Sr., general manager of MDR. “The new location will allow MDR to continue to deliver accurate diagnoses in a patient-friendly manner to the local community.”

An MDR office was previously located at A.L. Lee Memorial Hospital in Fulton.

About Magnetic Diagnostic Resources (MDR) of CNY LLP: MDR of CNY is the largest provider of MRI services in Central New York and is fully accredited by the American College of Radiology. MDR radiologists and technologists have been performing MRI scans in the Syracuse area since 1985. There are currently 11 MDR locations in Central New York including Syracuse, Fayetteville, Liverpool, Fulton, Auburn, Baldwinsville, East Syracuse and Camillus. MDR provides 24-hour emergency service at the St. Joseph’s Hospital location, Crouse Hospital location and Community General Physicians’ Office Building. For more information, visit www.mdrcny.com.

About MRIs: A Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a test that uses a magnetic field and pulses of radio wave energy to create images of organs and other structures inside the body. There is no radiation involved, and in many cases an MRI gives information that cannot be seen on an X-ray, ultrasound, or CT scan. An MRI procedure typically takes from 20 to 60 minutes. Results are available within 24 hours.

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