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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.

Video Spotlight 

What to Expect During Your First Mammogram



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Johns Hopkins Imaging is open on Monday, January 20th

All Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging locations will be open and operating at normal business hours on Monday, January 20th. 

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Concerned about bad weather?

In the event of severe weather conditions that could cause a disruption in our normal operating hours, 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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Johns Hopkins Interventional Radiology is now 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.

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Additional exams available through MyChart Self-Scheduling

Mammogram screenings, ultrasound, CT and DEXA can be self-scheduled through our Patient Portal (MyChart).

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Access our Breast Health Resource page

Looking for information about you annual mammogram? Check out our resource page with articles and videos that will answer any questions you might have.

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Virtual Colonoscopy Q&A

Virtual colonoscopy is a minimally invasive alternative to conventional colonoscopy (endoscopy) that screens the colon and rectum for polyps and early cancer before symptoms occur. Karen Horton, M.D., professor and Chair of Radiology, discusses what is involved in the procedure, how to prepare and the benefits of virtual colonoscopy over conventional colonoscopy.

Mammography & Screening Guidelines

Dr. Lisa Mullen, breast imaging radiologist, discusses the latest screening mammogram guidelines and the benefits of having an annual mammogram.