Our Low-Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening Program
Is the LDCT Painful?
No, CTs scans are quick, painless, and noninvasive.
Is Lung Cancer Screening Covered By Insurance?
LDCT Lung Cancer Screening is covered by most commercial carriers and Medicare. You should consult your health insurance plan to see whether screening for lung cancer is covered. If it is not covered or you do not meet your health insurance plan's requirements, The Radiology Clinic offers a $200 self-pay option.
How Do I Schedule a LDCT Lung Cancer Screening?
Your doctor has to order a the test for you, but you can ask that it be scheduled at The Radiology Clinic. We are open from 7am to 7pm Monday through Friday and 8am to noon on Saturdays. Your doctor will be able to provide you with all the information you need prior to the test, and the our technologists and clinic staff is always available to answer any questions or address any concerns you have during your appointment.
Why ask your doctor to send you to The Radiology Clinic?
The Radiology Clinic's caring staff recognizes that diagnostic testing can cause apprehension and uneasiness. Our technologists will take the time to explain exactly what you can expect, and someone is always available to assist you with questions or concerns.
We are open from 7am to 7pm Monday through Friday and 8am to noon on Saturdays. Easily accessible from McFarland Boulevard, we are located just north of the Black Warrior River and ample free parking provides easy access to the clinic.
Depth of Experience
Our board-certified radiologists work with trained technologists to provide a compassionate, expert imaging experience. Radiologists are physicians who have received 4 to 6 years of advanced training after completing their medical degrees. Radiology technologists, who work closely with radiologists, receive 2 to 4 years of training in radiologic technology.