New Orleans, LA X-Ray Cost Comparison

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A X-Ray in New Orleans costs $1,592 on average when you take the median of the 40 medical providers who perform X-Ray procedures in New Orleans, LA. The least expensive X-Ray in New Orleans is $30 for a Finger X-Ray while the most expensive X-Ray list price is $10,600 for a X-Ray of Artery - Abdominal (Angiography). There are 58 different types of X-Ray provided in New Orleans, listed below, and the price for each differs based upon your insurance type. As a healthcare consumer you should understand that prices of medical procedures vary and if you shop from the New Orleans providers below you may be able to save money. Start shopping today and see what you can save!
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Procedure Price Range
X-Ray of Artery - Kidney (Angiography) Cost Average $5,400 - $13,800 Free Quote
X-Ray of Artery - Spine (Angiography) Cost Average $5,100 - $13,200 Free Quote
Facial X-Ray Cost Average $80 - $210 Free Quote
Finger X-Ray Cost Average $30 - $70 Free Quote
Foot X-Ray Cost Average $50 - $130 Free Quote
Forearm X-Ray Cost Average $50 - $130 Free Quote
X-Ray of Artery - Adrenal Gland (Angiography) Cost Average $525 - $1,350 Free Quote
X-Ray of Artery - Pelvis (Angiography) Cost Average $525 - $1,350 Free Quote
Leg X-Ray Cost Average $60 - $140 Free Quote
Bladder X-Ray Cost Average $210 - $525 Free Quote
Eye X-Ray Cost Average $180 - $450 Free Quote
Abdominal X-Ray Cost Average $80 - $200 Free Quote
Ankle X-Ray Cost Average $50 - $120 Free Quote
Tailbone X-Ray Cost Average $70 - $180 Free Quote
Pelvic X-Ray Cost Average $100 - $250 Free Quote
X-Ray of Artery - Abdominal (Angiography) Cost Average $10,600 - $27,300 Free Quote
Body X Ray Cost Average $280 - $725 Free Quote
Bone X-Ray Cost Average $350 - $925 Free Quote
X-Ray of Brain Cost Average $220 - $575 Free Quote
Skull X-Ray Cost Average $90 - $230 Free Quote
Mastoid X-Ray Cost Average $40 - $100 Free Quote
Sinus X-Ray Cost Average $50 - $130 Free Quote
Nasal X-Ray Cost Average $50 - $120 Free Quote
Jaw X-Ray Cost Average $60 - $140 Free Quote
Teeth X-Ray Cost Average $40 - $90 Free Quote
Salivary Duct X-Ray Cost Average $120 - $300 Free Quote
Neck X-Ray Cost Average $70 - $180 Free Quote
Pituitary Saddle X-Ray Cost Average $40 - $90 Free Quote
Chest X-Ray Cost Average $100 - $250 Free Quote
Breastbone X-Ray Cost Average $50 - $120 Free Quote
Rib X-Ray Cost Average $60 - $160 Free Quote
GI Tract X-Ray Cost Average $110 - $280 Free Quote
Small Bowel X-Ray (Small Intestine) Cost Average $60 - $150 Free Quote
Colon X-Ray Cost Average $150 - $390 Free Quote
X-Ray of Vein in Liver Cost Average $3,800 - $9,600 Free Quote
Gallbladder X-Ray (Cholecystography) Cost Average $80 - $210 Free Quote
X-Ray of Bile Duct or Pancreas Cost Average $3,800 - $9,600 Free Quote
X-Ray of Bile Duct Cost Average $1,850 - $4,800 Free Quote
Spine X-Ray Cost Average $80 - $190 Free Quote
Sacroiliac Joint X-Ray Cost Average $70 - $170 Free Quote
X-Ray of Urinary Tract (Urography) Cost Average $130 - $320 Free Quote
Shoulder X-Ray Cost Average $60 - $140 Free Quote
Elbow X-Ray Cost Average $90 - $220 Free Quote
Wrist X-Ray Cost Average $60 - $140 Free Quote
Hand X-Ray Cost Average $50 - $130 Free Quote
Hip X-Ray Cost Average $70 - $170 Free Quote
Thigh X-Ray Cost Average $80 - $190 Free Quote
Knee X-Ray Cost Average $60 - $150 Free Quote
X-Ray of Toe Cost Average $40 - $90 Free Quote
X-Ray of Blood Vessel (Angiography) Cost Average $6,100 - $15,800 Free Quote
Transcath Therapy X-Ray Cost Average $1,900 - $5,000 Free Quote
Aorta X-Ray (Aortography) Cost Average $4,900 - $12,700 Free Quote
X-Ray of Artery - Head and Neck (Angiography) Cost Average $4,900 - $12,700 Free Quote
X-Ray of Vein in Neck Cost Average $4,900 - $12,500 Free Quote
X-Ray of Vein in Trunk (Venography) Cost Average $2,475 - $6,500 Free Quote
X-Ray of Artery - Chest (Angiography) Cost Average $525 - $1,350 Free Quote
X-Ray of Vein in Arm or Leg (Venography) Cost Average $4,600 - $11,800 Free Quote
X-Ray of Artery - Arm (Angiography) Cost Average $525 - $1,350 Free Quote

Compare X-Ray Providers in New Orleans, LA

Facility City Type
West Jefferson Medical Center Marrero Acute Care Hospital
MRI of Louisiana Marrero Diagnostic Testing Facility
Metairie Imaging Metairie Diagnostic Testing Facility
Jab Rad Marrero Diagnostic Testing Facility
Saint Tammany Parish Hospital Covington Acute Care Hospital
River Parishes Hospital Laplace Acute Care Hospital
Diagnostic Imaging Services Metairie Diagnostic Testing Facility
Doctors Imaging Services Metairie Diagnostic Testing Facility
MRI of Louisiana Marrero Diagnostic Testing Facility
Sound Diagnostics Kenner Diagnostic Testing Facility
Diagnostic Imaging Services Slidell Diagnostic Testing Facility
Diagnostic Imaging Services New Orleans Diagnostic Testing Facility
Premier MRI4U Covington Diagnostic Testing Facility
Touro Infirmary New Orleans Acute Care Hospital
Lakeview Regional Medical Center Covington Acute Care Hospital
East Jefferson General Hospital Metairie Acute Care Hospital
Tulane-lakeside Hospital Metairie Acute Care Hospital
North Shore MRI Covington Diagnostic Testing Facility
Louisiana Heart Hospital Lacombe Acute Care Hospital
Northshore Regional Medical Center Slidell Acute Care Hospital
Stand-up Open MRI Centers of La Metairie Diagnostic Testing Facility
Regional Radiology Covington Diagnostic Testing Facility
Ochsner Medical Center - West Bank Gretna Acute Care Hospital
Ochsner Medical Center - New Orleans New Orleans Acute Care Hospital
Ochsner Medical Center - Kenner Kenner Acute Care Hospital
Crescent City Diagnostics Chalmette Diagnostic Testing Facility
Doctors Hospital of Slidell Slidell Acute Care Hospital
Children's Hospital New Orleans Childrens Hospital
MD Imaging Slidell Diagnostic Testing Facility
Southern Surgical Hospital Slidell Acute Care Hospital
Fairway Medical Center Covington Acute Care Hospital
Slidell Memorial Hospital Slidell Acute Care Hospital
Magnolia Diagnostics New Orleans Diagnostic Testing Facility
Saint Charles Parish Hospital Luling Acute Care Hospital
Delta Imaging Slidell Diagnostic Testing Facility
Diagnostic Imaging Services Marrero Diagnostic Testing Facility
Diagnostic Imaging Services Covington Diagnostic Testing Facility
Tulane University Health Sciences Center New Orleans Diagnostic Testing Facility
Ochsner Baptist Medical Center New Orleans Acute Care Hospital
Tulane University Hospital and Clinic New Orleans Acute Care Hospital

Patient Preparation For an X-Ray Procedure

Guidelines about eating and drinking before an X-Ray exam vary at different facilities. Unless you are told otherwise, you may follow your regular daily routine and take medications as usual. If you are pregnant or think you might be pregnant it is important to inform your doctor or technician prior to the X-Ray. Notify your doctor or technologist if you have any metal in or on your body such as body piercings, eye glasses, or jewelry which may interfere with the procedure. Dress in comfortable clothing that can easily be removed if needed.

What to expect during and after an X-Ray

A X-Ray procedure is a relatively painless procedure. The only discomfort may be associated with the manipulation of the body part being examined particularly in the case of a recent injury or invasive procedure such as surgery. The overall preparation and procedure will take approximately 30 minutes not including waiting time. Depending upon what is being scanned and what type of X-ray (the type of view) your doctor orders you may be asked to get undressed and to put on a hospital gown and you may be lying, sitting, or standing for the scan. You will be asked to hold your position still for several seconds until the image is being captured. It is important that you hold your position still during the scan exposure to prevent any blur on the film. Your X-ray films will be interpreted by a trained doctor and then discussed directly with you.

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