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For any other questions, contact one of our physician liaisons or email us at RadImagingInfo@jhmi.edu.

 

The subspecialized radiologists at Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging provide expert clinical interpretations to assist in the diagnosis and care of your patient. Using the most advanced technology and equipment such as low radiation dose CT, 3T MRI and 3D mammogram, we deliver high-quality imaging tailored to each patient.

    

   

Radiology Exams

You can download an order form and find specific exam preparation on our Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging requisition forms for physicians and providers:

Our staff will contact the patient's insurance company to preauthorize coverage of the exam.

Referring provider offices can call 443-997-7237 to schedule an exam on behalf of a patient. The Call Center hours are Monday–Friday from 7:30 a.m.–6 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m.–noon.

Fax number: 443-451-6986.

To schedule an Interventional Radiology procedures.

 

 

Physician Liaison Team

Liaisons are available Monday–Friday from 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

 

Order Wisely

See Imaging Appropriateness Criteria created by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

 

  Additional Resources

  • Hear from and connect with Johns Hopkins health care professionals sharing insights on the latest imaging techniques and procedures. Access videos, articles, news, and much more.

  • Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging offers a physician portal, iConnect, to view images and reports for your patients online.

     

    Johns Hopkins providers can also view images and reports in Epic.

    If you need access to the physician portal, please contact one of our physician liaisons or email us at RadImagingInfo@jhmi.edu

    Johns Hopkins Medicine also offers community providers the web-based portal CareLink to access patient records and order imaging exams online.

    Log in to CareLink | Learn more about CareLink

    • 40mg Prednisone tablet(s) by mouth, 24 hours prior to exam time
    • 40mg Prednisone tablet(s) by mouth, 12 hours prior to exam time
    • 40mg Prednisone tablet(s) by mouth, 2 hours prior to exam time

    Note - Prednisone typically comes in 20 mg tablets. The patient may need to take two tablets to attain the 40mg per dose.

  • Pediatric Patients

    Suggested pediatric patients (<18 years of age), based on weight:

    40kg or less:

    • Prednisone 0.5 mg/kg by mouth, 24 hours prior exam time
    • Prednisone 0.5 mg/kg by mouth, 12 hours prior exam time
    • Prednisone 0.5 mg/kg by mouth, 2 hours prior exam time

    Greater than 40kg:

    • 40mg Prednisone tablet(s) by mouth, 24 hours prior to exam time
    • 40mg Prednisone tablet(s) by mouth, 12 hours prior to exam time
    • 40mg Prednisone tablet(s) by mouth, 2 hours prior to exam time
 
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