Your Visit

    We stand by our services and believe we have the best diagnostics services in Northwest Georgia.
    When you are in need of imaging services be sure to ask your physician to refer you to Hamilton Diagnostics Center (A physician order is needed for treatment).

    You will need to complete some forms before your appointment time.  Arrive at least 15 minutes early to fill out your paperwork.  For your convenience, you can download the forms registration here and fill them out at home.

    Tests are performed between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.  Monday through Friday, unless otherwise requested by a Physician.


    Be sure to BRING them with you!

    Please bring:

    • any and ALL paperwork that you may have filled out or been given by your Physician

    • Physicians order

    • medication list

    • insurance cards

    • a picture ID


    Insurance - Hamilton Medical Center (HMC) is “in network” with many insurance carriers in our area.  Please check with your insurance company to determine if HMC is in network with your specific plan.

    We will be happy to estimate your total out of pocket expense after insurance payment which will include your deductible, coinsurance and/or co-pay.  You may call 706-272-6135, during normal business hours for an estimate of charges and your personal responsibility.  Please be prepared to pay your out of pocket expenses on the day of service.  We will accept partial payments at the time of service and will work with you on setting up a monthly payment plan that will fit your budget.

    Self Pay (No Insurance) – HMC offers a 40% prompt pay discount to patient’s that do not have insurance.  The charges must be paid in full within 30 days of the final bill date in order to receive the 40% discount.  You will be asked to pay in full or to make a partial payment on the day of service.

    Concerning Your Test Results

    The North Georgia Radiology Group will assess all diagnostic tests and results are sent to the ordering physician within 24 hours after your test is completed.  It is the responsibility of your physician's office to contact you concerning the results.