Northern California PET Imaging Center - Sacramento Whole Body PET Scan Cost Comparison


Northern California PET Imaging Center (NCPIC) is an independent not-for-profit, community benefit organization specializing in Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Computer Tomography (CT) with over 23 years of experience.

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Facility Type: Diagnostic Testing Facility
Annual Procedures: 714
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Compare All Whole Body PET Scan Costs in Sacramento, CA

Whole Body PET Scan Pricing Overview for Sacramento, CA

Most Expensive in the Area $3,700
Least Expensive in the Area $1,450

Potential Savings:

$2,250

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About Whole Body PET Scan at Northern California PET Imaging Center - Sacramento

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