Johns Hopkins’ breast imaging radiologists are leaders in the field who specialize in breast imaging, reading only breast images. Studies have shown that specialist radiologists detect more cancers and more early-stage cancers and have lower recall rates than general radiologists. Our state-of-the art breast imaging technology combined with expert interpretation will provide you with the best possible patient care.
Our experts perform both breast screening and diagnostic imaging services conducting more than 35,000 breast imaging exams each year.
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.Learn more about mammograms
All of our imaging sites were designed for your comfort, with private dressing rooms and a peaceful atmosphere.
Videos Breast Health Resources
What are the Different Types of Breast Imaging?
What To Do When You Find a Lump in Your Breast?
What Are Dense Breasts? | FAQ with Dr. Kelly Myers
Mammography & Screening Guidelines | FAQ with Dr. Lisa Mullen
Let’s Talk Mammograms
Mammography and Tomosynthesis | 8 FAQ with Dr. Sarah Zeb
A Breast Radiologist’s Perspective: Screening Mammography and Diagnostic Imaging Webinar
Meet Some of Our Mammo Techs
Mammography technologists are trained professionals in breast imaging and the person you will interact with most during your mammography experience. Hear Reilly's perspective, as well as our other technologists on mammography, and patient care to better understand what makes them so special!