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MRI is a non-invasive way to diagnose many health problems. The patient lies inside the MRI machine while it generates high-resolution images of the body’s organs and tissues. So how much does it cost?

Of course the cost of an MRI can vary from practice to practice. But here are some general averages to give you a ballpark idea (according to New Choice Health):

MRI cost range in major U.S. cities:

  • Atlanta, GA $550 – $1,400
  • Chicago, IL $575 – $1,500
  • Dallas, TX $500 – $1,300
  • Houston, TX $525 – $1,400
  • Miami, FL $550 – $1,450
  • Los Angeles, CA $460 – $1,200
  • Philadelphia, PA $575 – $1,500
  • Phoenix, AZ $525 – $1,350
  • New York, NY $625 – $1,600
  • Washington, DC $550 – $1,400

National average MRI cost range by procedure:

  • General MRI $400 – $5,700
  • Brain MRI $1,600 – $8,400
  • Neck MRI $500 – $11,800
  • Chest MRI $500 – $7,900
  • Breast MRI $500 – $10,300
  • Abdominal MRI $1,600 – $7,600
  • Cervical Spine MRI $1,400 – $7,600
  • Pelvic MRI $500 – $7,900
  • Upper Extremity MRI $1,050 – $7,000
  • Lower Extremity MRI $975 – $6,300
  • Head MRI $410 – $6,100
  • Cardiac MRI $430 – $6,500
  • Bone MRI $410 – $2,100

Did you know Richard Kim Medicine has added MRI to our practice? The introductory MRI exam cost is $350. If you have any questions, we are here to help!

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