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Maury Regional Health encourages you to be aware of the recommended screenings for preventive care and to work with your personal physician on a wellness plan that includes proper nutrition, exercise and screenings. The following are some of the most common screenings for adults that should be conducted regularly:

  • All adults
    • Blood pressure
    • Cholesterol
    • Diabetes/high blood sugar
    • Colorectal cancer screening (ages 45 and older or earlier if recommended by a physician)
  • Women
    • Mammogram (ages 40 and older)
    • Cervical cancer screening
  • Men
    • Prostate cancer screenings

Additional screenings may be recommended by your physician based on factors that include physical condition, symptoms or family history. Annual physicals with your primary care provider are recommended. If you do not currently have a primary care provider, visit MauryRegional.com/FindADoctor for a complete listing of physicians on our medical staff.

Wellness Screenings

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When it comes to cancer or heart disease, early detection saves lives.

Maury Regional Health offers convenient and non-invasive organ and vascular screenings to detect cancerous growths, circulatory system blockages and stones. These self-pay, self-referral screenings offer peace of mind or early detection at an affordable cost — no physician’s order required.

These screenings are recommended for those with an increased risk for developing diseases of the organs such as heart, kidney or liver disease, stones or certain cancers. Maury Regional Health recommends all adults consult with their primary care provider about their risk factors and the appropriate screenings to schedule.

Call 931.380.4044 to schedule the screenings of your choice at one of Maury Regional Health’s southern Middle Tennessee imaging locations.*

*Imaging screenings vary by location. Our team will confirm which location closest to you offers the screening of your choice at the time of scheduling.


Maury Regional Health offers a variety of organ screenings to help you and your physician monitor and identify potential health issues, such as stones, cancers and conditions that could lead to heart attack and stroke.

A physician’s order is not required to schedule the following ultrasound and CT organ screenings, though it is recommended that patients discuss screenings with their physician before scheduling. Payment should be made at the time of service as most insurance providers do not cover these screenings. To schedule, call 931.380.4044.

Ultrasound Screenings

Ultrasound organ screenings examine the following:

  • Gallbladder
  • Kidney
  • Liver
  • Pancreas
  • Thyroid

The cost is $60 per ultrasound screening or $225 for all five exams bundled together.

CT Screenings

  • Coronary artery calcium scoring is a heart screening used to detect calcified plaque in the vessels that supply oxygenated blood to the heart wall and can diagnose early coronary artery disease. If coronary artery disease is discovered in its early stages, treatment and monitoring of this disease can save your life. This screening is recommended for those who have a family history of coronary artery disease and are at a moderate risk for heart attack. The cost for this screening is $70.
  • Cancer, gallstone and kidney stone screenings are offered for individuals 50 and older. Two CT scans are available for $100 each, including:
    • Lung/chest area
    • Abdomen/pelvic area

These self-referral CT screenings are offered at Maury Regional Medical Center, Marshall Medical Center and Wayne Medical Center.


Vascular screenings use ultrasound technology to detect blockages in the circulatory system. These screenings are designed for individuals who have not previously been diagnosed with vascular disease and do not require a physician’s order. Following the screening, results will be sent directly to the patient to share with their physician, who may order follow-up testing.

Maury Regional Health offers the following vascular screenings:

  • Peripheral Artery Disease: a screening of the lower extremities for plaque build-up, which is often an indicator of heart disease
  • Stroke: a screening of the carotid arteries in the neck to detect plaque build-up, which could lead to a stroke
  • Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA)*: an exam to pinpoint weakened areas of the vessel that serves as the main channel of the circulatory system

The cost is $45 per study or $100 for all three exams bundled together. Payment should be made at the time of service as most insurance providers do not cover these screenings. To schedule, call 931.380.4044.

*Medicare Part B covers an AAA screening as a one-time benefit for recipients who are considered at-risk based on family history, age and smoking history. Ask your physician about this screening and whether you qualify.

CT Lung Screening

Lung cancer remains a leading cause of death. The main cause is smoking.

CT lung screenings can detect abnormalities in the lungs before any signs or symptoms may appear. Maury Regional Health offers CT lung screenings with a physician’s order for those who qualify. Learn more about these screenings and whether you may be a candidate for a screening at MauryRegional.com/Lung.