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Be Your Own Patient Advocate

The next time your doctor orders an MRI or Ultrasound you should ask them how much will it cost? Don’t be surprised if the doctor has no idea. However, they will most likely suggest where you should go and often that is a hospital or outpatient imaging center they are affiliated with. Keep in mind, your doctor is more concerned with the results of the tests they order, not the price.

The bottom line is that you should decide, not your doctor, where you go and who will provide you with the most affordable and professional care.

All Inclusive Pricing. We are the ONLY free-standing imaging center offering true price transparency with our Know Before You Go Pricing and zero hidden fees.


The cost for a single MRI exam is $395.00 with an additional $50 with Contrast.  This price includes:

  • The scan
  • A copy of your exam on a CD-ROM
  • Professional interpretation from a board-certified radiologist within 24 hours


The cost for an Echocardiogram exam is $295.00.  This price incredibly low price includes:

  • The scan
  • Professional interpretation by a board-certified cardiologist within 24 hours

General Ultrasound

The cost for a single Ultrasound exam is $250.00. This price incredibly low price includes:

  • The scan
  • Professional interpretation from a board-certified radiologist within 24 hours

Do You Accept Health Insurance?

Affordable Medical Imaging accepts health insurance, including Medicare, Anthem, Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Ohio Worker’s Comp and others. Call our office for details.

Why Is Payment Due At The Time Of Service?

This is due to the fact that medical providers contract with insurance companies for "negotiated rates" that they must accept and charge their patients.  Our prices are lower than any negotiated rates offered in the market place.

Payment is due at the time of service.  We accept major credit cards and debit cards as the method of payment.

Why Should I Pay Upfront If I Have Health Insurance?

Today, individuals and families are increasingly transitioning to a high deductible health plan, either by choice or due to employer options, to lower the monthly cost of their insurance coverage. A high deductible health plan (also known as an HDHP) means exactly what the name implies. You will pay out a high amount of money (deductible) before the insurance plan starts paying for your medical bills. For example, if you have an individual plan with a deductible of $4,000 and you receive a medical bill in the amount of $1,200 for an MRI, the insurance company will not pay anything until you reach your deductible. Therefore, you will pay the entire amount out-of-pocket.  Would you rather pay $1,200 for an MRI or would you rather pay $395 for an MRI?  In other words, would you like to keep $705 in your pocket or give it to a hospital? This is a considerable savings by most accounts.