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Physician Portal

Use the physician portal, iConnect, to access reports and images for your patients online.

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.

Our subspecialty radiologists include:

  • Musculoskeletal radiologists
  • Neuroradiologists
  • Cross-sectional body radiologists
  • Breast imaging radiologists
  • Pediatric radiologists

Radiology Consultation Line

Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging offers a consultation line for our referring providers. This service is designed to answer questions that may arise about the best imaging test for your patient when ordering radiology examinations or procedures. A senior radiology resident serves as the consultant. Complex cases will be discussed with a radiology faculty member, and you may request consultation with a faculty radiologist at your discretion.

Call 443-286-6072 Monday–Friday from 7:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

Request an Exam

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. 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.

Pre-medication is required if patient has had a previous allergic reaction.

Adult patients:

  • 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.

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

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.

Contact Our Practice Development Manager

Tom Marshall
Tom Marshall

Tom Marshall is the Practice Development Manager for Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging. Tom collaborates internally with both the liaison and management teams while keeping a core focus on marketing diagnostic imaging services to physicians, administrators and staff in private practices and hospital settings.

He earned his Bachelor’s degree from McDaniel College in 2005. He has been part of Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging since 2012 and entered in the radiology liaison arena in 2009. Tom graduated the JH Future Leaders program in 2016 and is currently taking classes to obtain his MBA. Tom participates in and attends health conferences throughout the year to stay up to date on healthcare trends.

Tom is married and has a son and a daughter. He is from Pennsylvania and now resides in Baltimore County. He is part of the National Collegiate Cancer Foundation board.

Tom can be reached at 443-826-3077.

Contact Our Physician Liaisons

Support and consultation for referring physicians is available Monday–Friday from 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

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