Conditions & Treatments
We know you have many options for choosing your Heart CT scan and thank you for considering Emory for your service. As you consider your decision, take a moment to learn about "The Emory Advantage" and what makes our Heart scan offer unique over our competitors.
- For only $150 you receive a comprehensive cardiovascular screening featuring: coronary artery calcium scoring (CT heart scan), blood pressure, lipid profile including cholesterol, vascular age, fasting blood glucose and Framingham risk score to detect potential cardiovascular problems.
- At Emory your Heart CT will be read by both a cardiologist and a radiologist who are subspecialized in interpreting and diagnosing cardiothoracic abnormalities and diseases
- CT performed on 64-slice or dual-source CT scanners that do not require any medication to slow your heart rate
- Three convenient locations in Druid Hills, Midtown and Johns Creek
- To get a CT scan and additional screenings like our lipid profile, you will need to spend $550!
- Test performed on a CT scanner that requires you to take a beta blocker before the test to slow down your heart rate
- Located in congested Buckhead area
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 404-778-7777 or 1-800-75-EMORY.
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