CAT Scan or CT Scan
Our CT scan staff is efficient and through. Because, thorough study and accurate diagnosis is an essential part of any imaging needs. Your Doctor counts on the information being relayed by the Radiologists to plan the correct method of treatment. Our Radiologists and Staff pride themselves in providing quality services in a timely manor. We will get you in quick, and get the results you need.
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There are many reasons your Doctor may want a CT scan, as they can look at the inside of any part of your body. Our Radiologists and Staff can accommodate any request your Doctor may have. And because we have Radiologists that sub specialize in different areas, we are better able to provide accurate reading in the area needed. Click on the link to learn about a few of the specialty CT scans that are offered at our clinic.
If you are interested in learning more about how a CT scan works visit our FAQ at the link below
If you are interested in learning more about Contrast Medium visit our FAQ page at the link below
Pre-Appointment Check List:
If you’ve been scheduled at our facility, we will call you to confirm your appointment a few days in advance. At this time we will go through a list of screening questions and pre appointment instructions with you, that are specific to your procedure.
These questions will ensure that it is safe for you to have a CT scan. They are also designed to make sure you are prepared for your exam, that you will know what to expect once you’ve arrived at our facility, and will also provide you with an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
Different exams will have their own sets of instructions, if you are unsure about how you should prepare please give us a call at:
Below are some general guidelines:
- If you are pregnant or think you might be pregnant, please check with your doctor before scheduling your exam.
- If you are having a CT scan WITH contrast, you will be provided with contrast smoothie to take a few hours before your exam. Follow the instructions on the side of the bottle. If you have problems with your kidney function please inform us beforehand as you may not be able to take the contrast media.
- You may NOT eat or drink 2 hours prior to your exam if your doctor has ordered a CT scan WITH contrast.
- You may eat and drink normally if your doctor has ordered a scan WITHOUT contrast.
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