Risks Vs. Benefits

CT results in more radiation exposure than regular X-rays, but the risk from a single scan is small. However, if there is a possibility you could be or become pregnant, inform your physician. Due to potential risk to the baby, CT is not recommended for pregnant women.

Find Heart Disease Before It Finds You

Now there’s an easy way to find out if you have early or advanced heart disease – even with no symptoms – so you can take action to help protect your heart.

A Premier Health Heart CT takes images of your heart’s arteries to measure the amount of plaque buildup. Results can allow early detection and treatment of heart disease. All results are evaluated by a board-certified cardiology and radiologist to give you a calcium score. There are three ways to schedule. No physician referral required.