Get a Heart Scan for $49

Get a Heart Scanfor $49

Check for Signs of Heart Disease

Our $49 Healthy Heart Scan can reveal if you’re at risk for coronary heart disease, the most common form of heart disease, which can lead to heart attack. Scans are simple, non-invasive, and results come back fast. To connect with the highest quality care, call now to schedule.

Who Should Get a Heart Scan?

Schedule a Heart Scan if you are at least 35 years old, have not been previously diagnosed with heart disease, do not have a pacemaker and have at least two of these risk factors:


• Men over age 45

• Women over age 55

• Obesity

• Physically inactive

• Diabetes

• Family history

• High cholesterol

• Depression

• High blood pressure

• Smoker

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Heart Scan FAQs

What is a heart scan?

A heart scan, also called a heart CT scan or calcium scoring, is a simple, non-invasive screening that tells your doctor if you are at an increased risk for the most common form of heart disease — coronary artery disease (CAD). This scan identifies if calcium deposits are present in the arteries of your heart. Calcium deposits may indicate the presence of plaque. This can cause narrowing of your arteries, which can lead to CAD and result in a heart attack.

How is a heart scan done?

Once you arrive for your appointment and register, a technologist will explain your exam in detail to make sure you are comfortable. The technologist will ask you to lie on the CT scanner table and four electrodes will be placed on your chest. You will be asked to hold your breath each time an image is taken. No intravenous or oral contrast is used for this exam. A team of physicians, including radiologists and cardiologists will interpret the exam. This will include a total calcium score as well as any other findings in the area surrounding the heart.

I don't have a primary care doctor. Can I still book an appointment?

Yes. You can schedule a heart scan if you don’t have a primary care doctor. When we call you with the results, we are happy to help you find a primary care doctor or a cardiologist. You can also search for a doctor online.

Do I need an order from my doctor?

You don’t need to secure a doctor’s order, but some people may need to be evaluated by their primary care doctor prior to heart scan screening. We also recommend that you follow up with your primary care doctor and advise him/her that you participated in the heart scan screening and discuss the results of any tests performed.

How long does it take to get results?

Results come back within 2 business days after the scan.

Is this test covered by insurance?

This test, priced at $49, is self-pay only. Your insurance company will not be billed. You should discuss with your insurance whether you can submit a claim for reimbursement.

How long will heart scans be available at this price?

This pricing is available throughout the year.

How do I make a payment?

You can make the payment over the phone when you schedule the appointment.

Are there any other fees or pre-screenings?

No, the scan is $49 and there are no other fees.

Does this involve radiation?

Heart scans use a type of X-ray and therefore there is exposure to radiation.

How often should I get screened?

If you had a scan before, and it was normal, you should not repeat it any sooner than 5 years. If your previous scan was abnormal, it’s okay to repeat it every 2–5 years.

Can this be done even after having a bypass?

If you have already been diagnosed with heart disease, a heart scan is not needed; but we recommend talking with your doctor if you have any questions.

Can you have this done with a pacemaker?

It is not recommended that you receive a heart scan if you have a pacemaker. Please talk to your cardiologist about it.

Does it check carotid arteries too?

No, it does not.

Which locations offer $49 heart scans?

The following locations offer heart scans. Call 877-878-4040 to schedule at your preferred location.

Aurora Health Center
Radiology
W180N11070 River Lane
Germantown, WI 53022

Aurora Health Center
Radiology
3003 W. Good Hope Rd.
Milwaukee, WI 53209

Aurora Health Center
Radiology
W231N1440 Corporate Ct.
Waukesha, WI 53186

Aurora Medical Center in Summit
Radiology
36500 Aurora Dr.
Summit, WI 53066

Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center
Medical Office Building #3
2801 W. Kinnickinnic River Pkwy.
Cardiology, Ste. 880
Milwaukee, WI 53215

Aurora Health Center
Radiology
2000 E. Layton St.
St. Francis, WI 53235

Aurora BayCare Medical Center
Radiology
2845 Greenbriar Rd.
Green Bay, WI 54311

Aurora Medical Center in Manitowoc County
Radiology
5000 Memorial Dr
Two Rivers, WI 54241

Aurora Medical Center in Washington County
Radiology
1032 E Sumner St
Hartford, WI 53027

Aurora Lakeland Medical Center
Radiology
W3985 County Road NN
Elkhorn, WI 53121

Aurora Medical Center in Burlington
Radiology
252 McHenry St
Burlington, WI 53105

Aurora Medical Center
Radiology
84 South 9000 West Sura Ln
Greenfield, WI 53228