When calcium builds in your arteries, it can be a sign of heart-related health problems, including atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease, or coronary microvascular disease. A calcium scan is a CT scan of your heart that detects and measures the amount of calcium in the walls of your arteries.
The University of Miami Health System has discounted the price of cardiac calcium screening to $99 (prescription required). It’s a quick, painless, and precise way to determine your risk of coronary heart disease.
If you have a calcium screening prescription from your doctor, request your screening appointment online or call 305-2-HEART-U (305-243-2788). If you don’t already have a prescription but want to get checked, request a FREE heart risk assessment, that includes blood pressure and cholesterol. If your free assessment shows you meet the criteria for being at risk of heart attack, you’ll receive a prescription for the $99 calcium screening.
You qualify for a cardiac calcium screening* if you are a man aged 40-65 or a woman aged 50-65 with any of the following risk factors:
*Those already diagnosed with cardiovascular disease are not eligible for calcium screening.
To take advantage of this calcium screening discount, request an appointment. A doctor’s prescription is required.
Our screenings are backed by the quality care and expertise you’ve come to expect from UHealth. The low-cost calcium screening is offered by the University of Miami Health System, powered by the physician-experts of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. We provide patients with access to clinical trials, research breakthroughs, and the latest treatments.
Schedule your calcium screening today.
Your heart will thank you for it.
The quick, noninvasive scan is only $99 if you make an appointment today
This discount or free service described herein is not conditional on the receipt of additional health care services at the University of Miami Health System. You will not be billed for the free heart risk assessment. A determination of need for the calcium screening will be made prior to the test. No additional services will be discounted. Our team will send any abnormal findings to your physician. If you need a referral to a qualified cardiologist or primary care doctor, we can provide you with a number of highly skilled UHealth physicians.