Contact Us

To schedule your radiology exam, or to schedule an appointment for your patient, please call 913-588-6804 and choose from the options provided.

If you are an external referring physician, please fax your patient's order and a referral form to 913-588-7872 before calling to schedule an appointment.

General Questions

How much is my exam and will my insurance cover it?
Radiology exams vary in price depending on the exam or procedure. If you need a cost or pricing estimate for a procedure, please call the Patient Financial Counseling Department at 913-588-7821. We also work with many insurance providers and recommend patients call their insurance company with questions about coverage, or use this resource to learn more.

Do you offer open MRI?

No, we do not have open MRI’s. However, there are options available for the patient who has or may have claustrophobia. This includes MRI’s with larger openings and MRI suites with windows. We always want to make sure that your MRI scan is performed with the most optimal imaging techniques and our fleet of MRI’s give you and your doctor this availability. 

How long is my exam?
Please note, all radiology exams vary in length due to the exam or procedure. Please check with your physician or call our scheduling department (913-588-6804) to verify how long your specific exam or procedure may take.
  • A CT can take 10-90 minutes. On average, most are 10-15 minutes.
  • An Interventional Radiology exam can take 60 minutes to several hours.
  • A screening mammogram typically takes 15 minutes, while a diagnostic mammogram requires at least 30 minutes.
  • An MRI on average lasts 45 minutes, but can take up to 90 minutes.
  • A Nuclear Medicine study can last 30 minutes, but can last over a period of days where you will be asked to return for further scans.
  • An ultrasound exam is typically 45 minutes in length.
  • An X-ray exam can take just a few minutes, however GI X-ray procedures can take up to a few hours.