CT

Computerized tomography (CT or CAT) takes a series of x-rays at different angles to create detailed images of the internal body. A CT scan usually takes about 15-30 minutes. Your doctor may request the use of CT contrast dye to improve the images.

Schedule

Insurance

We accept all major insurance plans to keep you in-network. We’ll always schedule you at a center that meets your criteria and preferences.

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Self-pay

We accept all credit cards.

Medmo Rate

from $300.00

Market Rate

from $500.00

How it works

Get imaging in 3 simple steps

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Tell Us What You Need

Tell us what you need, when you’re free, and where you're located. Use your insurance, or select our special self-pay rates.

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Get Scheduled

We’ll schedule you the best, high-quality appointment for you. Our care team coordinates with your providers to make sure it goes smoothly.

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Get Your Scan

Sit back and relax! Simply show up for your appointment and we’ll handle the rest. You and your physician will get a copy of your report and images.

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