Serving communities in suburban Baltimore and Washington, D.C. area with convenient weekday, weekend and evening appointment hours. Our experienced radiologists read and interpret over a million medical images every year.
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.
Following Johns Hopkins Medicine requirements, all Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging locations will be requiring universal masking for all staff, patients, and visitors regardless of vaccination status. We anticipate this to be a short-term requirement while viral respiratory illness rates are high. Learn more.
In early Fall 2023, Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging will be offering PET/CT exams on the Green Spring Station campus in Pavilion 1, suite 130 from 7:30am – 4pm, Mon – Fri.
PET/CT exams offered will be:
- F18-FDG Oncologic scans
- F18-FDG Brain scans
- Ga68 PSMA for prostate
- Ga68 Dotatate for tumors
- Pylarify PSMA for prostate
PET/CT operations at Green Spring Station are integrated with The Johns Hopkins Hospital, including the same expert team of nuclear medicine radiologists reading all PET/CT exams.
ACCESS MYCHARTOnline Appointments & Reports
Patients now have the convenient option to schedule certain exams including mammograms, ultrasounds, CT exams, X-ray, DEXA, and select MRI exams online through the Johns Hopkins MyChart portal. Select your preferred day, time, and location by logging into your account at MyChart.
Following your appointment, your written report will be posted in your patient portal when available.
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. For those interested in pursuing advanced training in MRI, CT, interventional radiology, or mammography, we offer on-the-job training programs where you can maintain full-time salary and benefits while learning on state-of-the-art equipment plus eligibility for obtaining advanced certification.More about our team
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