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$49 Heart Scan

A heart scan, also known as a coronary calcium scan, uses computerized tomography (CT) to detect calcium deposits in your coronary arteries. A higher coronary calcium score suggests a higher chance of significant narrowing in the coronary arteries and a higher risk of heart attack. The scan uses low-dose X-rays and no contrast dye.

Who should get a heart scan?

Anyone age 35-70, and those who are at increased risk for heart disease but do not have symptoms. People at increased risk include those with the following traits:

  • Family history of heart disease
  • Past or present smoker
  • History of high cholesterol, diabetes, or high blood pressure
  • Overweight
  • Inactive lifestyle

For an appointment, call 217-466-4343.

How healthy is your heart?

Take our online quiz to determine whether a heart scan is recommended for you.

Quiz for females

Quiz for males

This is a self-pay exam and most insurance plans do not cover a heart scan. A provider order is not needed.