Why Pay High Hospital Overhead?
When you have your imaging tests performed at Lexington Diagnostic Center & OPEN MRI you can save hundreds or thousands of dollars. Because of high hospital overhead, insurance companies pay hospitals more for imaging tests than they pay independent facilities such as Lexington Diagnostic Center.
The payments may be 2, 3, or even 5 times higher! Since you, the patient, are responsible for co-pays and deductibles, this means you end up paying much more at hospital-based centers. Why should you pay for costly hospital overhead? You shouldn’t! Save money by choosing Lexington Diagnostic Center for all of your imaging needs. Click here to see examples of savings Savings Chart →
Meet our team
Dr. George Privett , Owner and Medical Director
Dr. George Privett received his medical degree from Baylor University College of Medicine. He later moved to Kentucky where he completed an internship and residency in Internal Medicine and Neurology at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center.
Dr. Robert Pope , Radiologist
Dr. Robert Pope is a board certified radiologist fellowship trained in musculoskeletal radiology. He completed his residency at Michigan State University, and is a graduate of Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Jason Harris , Radiologist
Dr. Jason Harris is a board certified radiologist, fellowship trained in musculoskeletal radiology. He completed his radiology residency at University of Cincinnati and earned his medical degree at University of Louisville.
Margaret Hancock, Practice Administrator
Margaret N. Hancock was named the Practice Administrator of Lexington Diagnostic Center in June of 2013. In this role, Margaret manages all of LDC’s operations and financial practices. Margaret aims to create a collaborative office environment where service beyond scanning is always the mission.
Sculptures at LDC
Lexington Diagnostic Center & OPEN MRI gives hope, comfort and professional care to those who are going through health challenges. A defining part of LDC is our sculptures. Crafted by artists Isaac Duncan, III and Luke Achterberg, these pieces help define the landscape of our building both inside and out.