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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.
This is a phone number exclusively for doctor-to-doctor communication.Patients with questions about their radiology report should talk to their doctor or provider who ordered the imaging exam.
Referring providers can now reach a Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging radiologist. The Reach a Radiologist line has dedicated staff assisting with communication. Providers can ask questions about your patient’s report and review report with reading radiologists.
Appropriate Use Criteria for Advanced Imaging
On January 1, 2020, Congress imposed new requirements for ordering advanced imaging services (MRI, CT, PET and Nuclear Medicine services) for Medicare beneficiaries.
Our staff will contact the patient's insurance company to preauthorize coverage of the exam. View the list of insurance payers accepted by Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging.
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.
Request an Interventional Radiology procedure
Patients will be scheduled through the Johns Hopkins Interventional Radiology Center to coordinate their care. This is the same IR Center coordinating IR patients across Johns Hopkins Medicine. The IR Center determines which patients are eligible for treatment at Green Spring Station. The IR Center is open weekdays from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
The referring provider will be connected to one of our Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) nurses who will discuss the patient’s history and requested procedure with you. The PCC nurse will determine the most appropriate location for the patient and procedure, and will provide you with an appointment date and time at the end of the call.
Access Images and Reports
A Johns Hopkins radiologist will interpret the images and write a detailed report. Results will be sent directly to your office. Patients will have access to their imaging reports three days after the interpretation is completed.
You can also find reports and images for your patients through iConnect.
For iConnect technical support, please call 410-502-2667.
How to access copies of your patients' report and images from the eRadiology Center.
Images can be submitted by disc at either of our locations or by uploading at Johns Hopkins Image Sharing. Johns Hopkins Image Sharing is a secure website that enables users to conveniently submit images electronically to the eRadiology Center eliminating the need to physically bring a disc to one of our locations. Once images have been uploaded, the disc can be returned to the patient right away. We encourage the use of electronic submission whenever possible. See our FAQs.