Over a million patients worldwide have cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs), with a 50-75% lifetime MRI requirement. Although conventionally contraindicated, MRI-conditional CIEDs and evidence supporting safer scanning of non-MRI conditional CIEDs are changing practice. We report single center experience of CIED MRI scanning over 24 months. 179 MRI scans were acquired, 31% non-MRI conditional devices, 79% thoracic scans. Clinical impact was high (including cancer diagnosis and treatment planning, suspected cord compression and stroke). All patients were safely scanned with no clinically-significant events or device parameter changes resulting from MRI. These data support increased provision of MRI to CIED patients.