Lung Cancer Screening Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death among both men and women. A low-dose CT scan (CAT scan) is one way to find the cancer in its earliest stages while it is still treatable. Schedule a lung screening today for $99*. Request an Appointment or call us at 954-276-5500 Smart Snippet: Video Datasource: Lung Screening and Dr Block Eligibility for Lung Screening You are eligible for screening if you: Are 55 to 77 years old Currently smoke or quit smoking within the last 15 years Have a 30 pack-year smoking history (one pack per day times 30 years, or its equivalent) Are in generally good health so you can receive treatment, if needed If you aren't eligible for lung cancer screening but want to discuss your risk for lung cancer, please contact us at 954-265-4325. Our Locations We offer lung screenings at several locations in Broward County: Memorial Regional Hospital 3501 Johnson Street Hollywood, FL Memorial Hospital Miramar 1901 SW 172 Ave Miramar, FL Memorial Hospital West 703 North Flamingo Road Pembroke Pines, FL Each location is designated by the American College of Radiology as a Lung Cancer Screening Center. Why Get Screened at Memorial Easy access to appointments at one of our three locations in Broward County The CT scan is painless and takes less than 10 minutes to complete Our dedicated patient navigator and nurse practitioner are available to answer questions and offer support after the scan Smoking Cessation Classes If you currently smoke and are interested in quitting, we can help. We offer free smoking cessation classes at several locations in Broward County. See our upcoming classes. *If insurance or another healthcare payor does not cover the CT Lung Screening or does not apply, then you can have this procedure at the $99 self-pay rate. Payment in full must be received prior to service. Price includes the screening procedure and a fee for the radiologist to review, analyze and interpret results. Patients must have a prescription for the procedure. The invoiced amount may constitute a net discount. If patient is a Medicare or other federal healthcare program beneficiary, patient may be obligated to report this discount to the program upon request.