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This video was filmed before the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see our updated safety measures.


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We Are Here and Ready to Safely Care for You

At Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging, your health and safety are our very highest priorities. We are ready to care for you and your family in our hospitals, surgery centers, and through in-person clinic and online video visits. See our frequently asked questions and appointment updates.

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Watch: Types of Breast Imaging – What’s the Difference?

We’ve all heard of screening mammograms before but did you know there are other breast imaging techniques such as diagnostic mammograms, ultrasound and breast MRI?

Breast imaging radiologist Babita Panigrahi, M.D. and mammography technologist Ginger Hill explain the differences and when additional or supplemental imaging is needed. 

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Johns Hopkins is hiring for technologists to join our team

Johns Hopkins is hiring for technologists to join our team of expert radiologists, technologists, nurses and patient care coordinators to deliver high-quality imaging and compassionate patient care. 

Apply Today | Watch: Radiology Imaging Technologists at Johns Hopkins

Provider News

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Appropriate Use Criteria for Advanced Imaging

Starting January 1, 2020, Congress has imposed new requirements for ordering advanced imaging services (MRI, CT, PET and Nuclear Medicine services) for Medicare beneficiaries.

See our frequently asked questions.

Radiology Exams and Procedures

We offer a range of medical imaging services including:

Interventional Radiology (IR) Exams

Not all services are available at each location. Our schedulers will guide you to the location most convenient for your specific examination or procedure. Questions about our IR procedures? Check out our FAQs.

News and Announcements

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Weather Updates

You will be notified by our team if your appointment needs to be rescheduled. If you have concerns during a weather event about our office hours, please call the office location where your exam is scheduled.


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COVID-19 Vaccine and Mammogram Scheduling

Getting a mammogram too soon after your second dose of the coronavirus vaccine could result in a false positive and a callback due to temporarily swollen lymph nodes. The Johns Hopkins Division of Breast Imaging supports the recommendation from the Society of Breast Imaging: When possible, and if it does not delay care your doctor recommends, you should schedule screening mammograms before your first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine or four to six weeks after the second dose.

Learn more.

Online Self-Scheduling

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Patients now have the convenience to self-schedule certain exams – these include screening mammograms, ultrasounds, CT without contrast exams, x-ray exams and DEXA appointments online through our patient portal (MyChart). Log on to MyChart or learn more about MyChart.

Current patients can complete an online form to sign up for MyChart. New patients can ask for an access code at their appointment to register for MyChart.

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Johns Hopkins Interventional Radiology is open at Green Spring Station Pavilion III

The imaging suite features a dedicated Interventional Radiology (IR) care and recovery space exclusively for IR patients. IR procedures at Green Spring Station use the same high-quality equipment as The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Learn about IR.


Video Spotlight

What to Expect During Your First Mammogram

A mammogram is an important step in taking care of yourself and your breasts but not knowing what to anticipate can be stressful. Join Monica for her first mammogram experience with Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging to learn more about how to prepare for a mammogram and what to expect during and after the exam.