About Us

MyMRI LLC is an innovative business concepts company. We believe that there is no reason in today’s world–where technology is ubiquitous and pervasive–why we cannot save lives, enhance emergency treatment, and simply reduce the risks associated with having limited or no access to information. And this has been our guiding force for over a decade.

Fast Access to Critical-Need Information

When we conceived MyMRI, we did it to find a solution to the challenges experienced in many schools, athletic leagues and sports clubs, where injuries are a common occurrence.

Knowing that injuries will continue to happen, no matter how preventable they may be, MyMRI aims at meeting that challenge with a technology-based system that any First Responder can use.

Using QR code technology, MyMRI manages a database of opt-in medical records information that can be accessed using a secure code, which in turn grants access to a First Responder, athletic director or school official.

Mickey Wells - Founder of MyMRI

Our President’s Personal Mission

In 2006 my parents needed my help. My father was diagnosed with dementia and my mother was in the beginning stages of cancer. The problem, my parents lived in Virginia and I resided in Florida.

Since I could not move to Virginia, I moved my parents to Florida to live with me, my wife, and my three sons. My outlook on this situation was my parents took care of me growing up, now it was my turn to return the same.

I learned very quickly that working a full time job and assisting my parents was not going to be easy. So myself and my wife made the decision that I would leave my management position and take care of my parents.

While taking my mother to various doctor’s appointments I observed that every time we went we were asked the same question, “What medications are you on and what is the dosage?” And no matter what doctor we went to, it was the same.

Due to the fact that my mother had several different medications, we were asked to bring in the meds in a clear plastic bag. So we did. But this was very humiliating for my mother. I could not understand with all the technology available why there was not an easier way. I also learned that doctor’s do not communicate with each other.

I began thinking about different ways to have the needed information in quickly. That is when the idea of the MRI bracelet came to me. I knew that with an MRI band, patients could have their information with them at all times. EMT’s would be able to access and begin treatment much quicker. And each doctor would have important information in order to begin treatment in case of a medical emergency.

“It is best to have the information and not need it, then to want it and not have it. The life that is saved could be your own!”