The Imaging Center of Mount St. Mary's Hospital & Health Center will provide our Canadian neighbors the same high quality of service and expertise we offer everyday:
No Appointment Necessary. But call us at 716.298.2370 to schedule your test and review any required information.
You will need your doctor’s prescription to schedule a test. (New York State Law) If you make the request when scheduling your appointment, a Radiologist will discuss the results of your tests with you at the time of your visit. We can also send a copy of the results to your personal physician.
We are located adjacent to the Queenston/Lewiston Bridge on the U.S. side in Lewiston, NY. For directions and a map, click here.
|MRI Without Contrast:||$600|
|MRI With Contrast:||$660|
|CT Scan Without Contrast||$350|
|CT Scan With Contrast||$400|
|CT Scan Heart Calcium Scoring||$154|
|Soft Digital Mammo w/CAD||$150|
|GAMMAGRAM/Breast Specific Gamma Imaging||$600|
* All Prices in U.S. Dollars and Include Physician Professional Fee and New York State Surcharge.
Questions and Answers
Do I need a doctor's prescription to get an MRI or CT?
Yes. We will need a written prescription from your doctor before we can schedule an MRI or CT Scan. Results can be sent directly to your doctor, upon request.
Will OHIP or my insurance pay for the MRI?
Only if the patient is unable to complete the study first in Canada, will OHIP pay for the study at Mount St. Mary's Hospital. It is recommended that you call your local OHIP office and your insurance carrier office to discuss their payment policies for the test to be received in the United States. Some insurance companies may reimburse for the cost of the study, but you must pay for the tests in full at the time of your visit.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept all Major Credit Cards, Money Order, Cash, or Bank Draft. All forms of payment must be in U.S. funds.
What are your hours of operation?
We are open Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. No appointment necessary.
Saturday 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. by appointment.
Will the results be provided to my personal physician?
Yes. Results can be faxed and/or mailed to your personal physician.