Quantification of myocardial blood flow (MBF) enhances diagnosis and provides prognostic information. Simultaneous Multi Slice (SMS) imaging allows greater spatial coverage of the heart with minimal signal-to-noise penalty and is thus desirable for perfusion imaging. 5 patients underwent two rest perfusion scans using a dual-bolus technique with SMS protocol (6 slices) and iterative reconstruction and standard 3 slice bSSFP sequence. Absolute MBF was quantified with a fermi-constrained deconvolution algorithm. Global and territorial MBF was comparable between the different methods. Future evaluation in patients with stress testing and greater heart coverage may provide clinical utility in patients with coronary artery disease.