Rhode Island Medical Imaging in Providence, RI - Chest CT Scan Price Range

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Chest CT Scan Pricing Overview for Providence, RI
Most Expensive in the Area $1,100
Least Expensive in the Area $410
Potential Savings:
$690

Compare Providence, RI facility costs for a Chest CT Scan


Facility Name City Type of Facility
Bristol County Open MRI Bristol Diagnostic Testing Facility Free Quote
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Coastal Medical Providence Diagnostic Testing Facility Free Quote
Coventry Imaging Associates Coventry Diagnostic Testing Facility Free Quote
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Inmed Diagnostic Services of RI Warwick Diagnostic Testing Facility Free Quote
Lincoln Radiology Lincoln Diagnostic Testing Facility Free Quote
Nate Whipple Radiology Cumberland Diagnostic Testing Facility Free Quote
Northwestern Ri Imaging Center Johnston Diagnostic Testing Facility Free Quote
Open MRI of New England Cumberland Diagnostic Testing Facility Free Quote
Rhode Island Hospital Providence Acute Care Hospital Free Quote
Rhode Island Medical Imaging East Prov Diagnostic Testing Facility Free Quote
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Providence Diagnostic Testing Facility Free Quote
Xra Medical Imaging Cranston Diagnostic Testing Facility Free Quote

About Chest CT Scan at Rhode Island Medical Imaging

Rhode Island Medical Imaging is committed to providing outstanding patient care in the Providence, RI area, but before you commit to Rhode Island Medical Imaging for a Chest CT Scan make sure you compare and shop other medical facilities. It may save you hundreds (in some cases thousands) of dollars. View a Chest CT Scan cost comparison for Providence and Request a Free Quote before you make a decision.

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