Find lung cancer at an earlier stage  when more treatment options are available

A Low Dose Lung CT (LDCT) scan can save your life, especially if you are a current or former smoker.

Look for to our risk assessment checklist below to see if you’re at a higher risk, or follow the link to a “Lung Cancer Risk Calculator.”

LUNG CANCER RISK CALCULATOR

Who Should get a Low Dose CT Screening?

If you fit the criteria below or are close, it is recommended that you get screened for Lung Cancer.

  • You have no signs or symptoms of lung cancer

  • You are between ages 55-80

  • You have a 30 pack-year smoking history
    (1 pack per day x 30 years = 30 pack years, ½ a pack per day x 60 years = 30 pack years)

  • You are a current smoker, or have quit within the last 15 years

  • You’re willing to continue screening on a yearly basis until you no longer meet the criteria

You may be covered by insurance if:

  • You are between the ages of 55-77

  • You show no symptoms of Lung Cancer

  • You have a 30 pack-year smoking history (1 pack per day x 30 years = 30 pack years, ½ a pack per day x 60 years = 30 pack years, Calculate your pack year here)

  • You are a current smoker, or have quit within the past 15 years

  • Most importantly, you must talk to your Doctor to see if an LDCT Scan is right for you, and ask about the following things:

    • The benefits and harms
    • The importance of an annual LDCT lung cancer screening
    • The importance of quitting smoking, and ways to help you quit

About the Scan

Our new CT scanner is faster and provides better quality images than ever before.  Technology has made the resulting images more accurate for diagnostics.   So you can feel confident in your results. The scan itself takes only 15 minutes.  This type of scan is painless, and our experienced technologists will be there.  Our goal is to make this as comfortable and stress free experience as possible.

Computed Tomography Machine

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