(Fair Oaks, Cordova and Glendora locations only)
If your doctor has referred you to our imaging center for a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) examination requiring an injection of Gadolinium‐Based MRI contrast, please take a moment to read the Consent Form and medication guides. Please bring the signed consent form with you on the day of your appointment. If you have additional questions regarding Gadolinium‐Based MRI contrast, please visit our Patient Education page.
A Medication Guide will be given to you on the day of your MRI with contrast exam. We encourage you to review the information in advance by using the links below. There are a number of different gadolinium-based contrast agents available, each with its own safety profile. Hill Medical has considered retention characteristics when selecting the two gadolinium-based contrast agents used at its imaging centers. Additional factors to be considered include the part of the body being imaged, your medical condition(s) and history, and prior MRI with contrast exams.