How Much Does a Cardiologist Visit Cost?

A cardiologist visit is often a requirement for people who have been diagnosed or are looking for treatment for heart and blood vessel related diseases.  A cardiologist is the best person that you can ask regarding matters about the heart.  A cardiologist may require a series of visits to the doctor’s office since progress should be tracked and monitored to determine the best course of action to take.  The cost for a cardiologist visit depends on the doctor, the geographical location, if you have insurance and the complexity of the problem.

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Average Reported Cost: $560

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  1. Rachel Willis (Lynchburg,  Virginia) paid $560 and said:

    was charged $157 for a follow up after a heart event. Got double charged because cardiologists in Lynchburg are all now part of the hospital so a visit with the doctor results in an additional hospital charge as an “outpatient”, which was $386.

    In August, a phone call to ask about some heart discomfort was billed by the hospital as a $211 “remote consultation” plus billed by the doctor as a “consultation” for $85.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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