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Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging

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The world-renowned physicians and staff of Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging combine the latest in treatment and medical imaging with the highest level of patient care. We offer a range of medical imaging services including:

In order to best serve communities in the suburban Baltimore and Washington, D.C. area, we have convenient locations in Green Spring Station, White Marsh, Columbia and Bethesda.

In these settings designed for comfort and ease of access, we provide our high-quality imaging services with convenient appointment hours to accommodate your busy schedule. Weekday, weekend and evening appointments are available and some exams are offered with no appointment necessary.

Our dedicated staff members complete any necessary medical insurance preauthorization assistance for you. We also have a patient navigator available to address any concerns, provide resources and ensure you have an overall positive experience. The subspecialty experience of our more than 100 radiologists, combined with the most advanced equipment, contributes greater accuracy in reading and interpreting hundreds of thousands of medical images every year. Request an appointment by calling 443-997-7237.

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