Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging brings the world-class expertise of Johns Hopkins to your community. Our imaging centers are integrated into the Johns Hopkins Health System with convenient locations in Bethesda, Columbia, Green Spring Station, and White Marsh.
Why does expertise matter? Because you matter. Here is how we do it.
We set the standard for other radiologists around the world.
Our Johns Hopkins radiologists are leaders in imaging and interventional methods because they collaborate and perform research with other physicians at our university. They teach and set guidelines for national and international societies that other radiologists follow. They have vast experience in common and rare diseases. Experience and expertise matter when you need an accurate diagnosis.
#1 Radiology Department
We are the top-ranked radiology department by U.S. News and World Report
At Johns Hopkins, our entire team is dedicated to ensuring that you have an excellent patient experience. We are proud of our reputation. Our radiologists, technologists, nurses and staff members are committed to your health and offer the Johns Hopkins standard of care. We set quality and safety standards that are far above what is required by others. We strive to be the best and even better.
Doing the right study with high quality increases accuracy.
Every image is taken by a technologist who is trained and certified exclusively for that imaging modality. The technologists stay up-to-date on best practices and techniques to make sure they take the best image possible. You are scanned on high quality equipment with imaging methods developed by our experts. Some of these methods are not available at other practices.
Your Safety Is Always Our Priority
We take comprehensive safety measures to minimize any possible risk.
Our locations follow the same safety guidelines set out by the central Johns Hopkins Hospital Epidemiology and Infection Control board, which is made up of renowned leaders. We are especially careful to screen any patients and visitors to make sure that our staff members, patients and community are as safe as possible.
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