University Hospitals Geneva Medical Center - CT Angiography - Abdomen Price Range

870 West Main Street Geneva, OH 44041
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University Hospitals Geneva Medical Center is an Critical Access (Rural) Hospital with 25 Inpatient Beds in Geneva, OH. This medical facility offers procedures at prices which are below average for the market. They are located at 870 West Main Street in Geneva, OH 44041

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CT Angiography - Abdomen Pricing Overview for Geneva, OH
Most Expensive in the Area $5,500
Least Expensive in the Area $2,175
Potential Savings:
$3,325

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About CT Angiography - Abdomen at University Hospitals Geneva Medical Center

University Hospitals Geneva Medical Center is committed to providing outstanding patient care in the Geneva, OH area, but before you commit to University Hospitals Geneva Medical Center for a CT Angiography - Abdomen make sure you compare and shop other medical facilities. It may save you hundreds (in some cases thousands) of dollars. View a CT Angiography - Abdomen cost comparison for Geneva and Request a Free Quote before you make a decision.

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