Capitol Imaging Services has and will continue to trumpet the cause for people to stop being passive patients and start being active consumers. This means standing up for themselves when discussing options for healthcare services with their provider.

Often, a provider, particularly if they are employed by a hospital or health system, will direct you there, regardless of cost to you or other less expensive, yet high quality, alternatives. In the southeastern United States, the less expensive high quality alternative is Capitol Imaging Services. In fact, many hospital-employed physicians utilize us on a daily basis, referring people to us for everything from mammograms to PET/CT studies.

These providers take potential cost to their patient into account. With people becoming more engaged in wanting additional control over costs and their spending, both providers and the general public have taken advantage of Capitol Imaging Services and our affiliate centers.

Capitol Imaging Services is a unique independent radiology practice that not only performs the scan such as a CT or MRI, we provide the radiology expertise to review test images and issue important findings to physicians and health care providers.

Capitol Imaging Services also often lowers out of pocket costs for people by performing exams at lower fees. For people with unfulfilled health insurance deductibles, that’s a major financial advantage. More people carry a high deductible health insurance plan which means that insurance benefits kick in only after the deductible has been fulfilled.

We’ve always advocated that patients should know (any fees to pay) before they go (to an imaging center). Utilize our price estimate tool to receive a good faith estimate of any costs that would not be covered by health insurance. With as much information from you regarding your insurance and the type of exam needed, a Capitol Imaging Services associate will be happy to assist you with your estimate.

Simple. Easy. Convenient.

Capitol Imaging Services is doctor trusted and patient preferred.