The Johns Hopkins Community Radiology Division Q&A – March 2017

Q: Will there be any change in what radiology exams are offered? 
A: Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging will continue to provide a broad range of diagnostic outpatient imaging services including MRI, CT, ultrasound, X-ray, fluoroscopy, PET/CT and DEXA. Sibley and Suburban Hospitals will also continue to provide the community with the same services that have routinely been available at these facilities.

Q: Will there be any changes to my radiology medical records? 
A: If you had previous medical imaging at GCM-Suburban Imaging in Bethesda or Rockville, your images and reports were transferred over to the Johns Hopkins electronic medical record system. Previous images from Sibley and Suburban Hospitals were also transferred. We also offer a free service to transfer records from other imaging locations. You can get a copy of your medical imaging report through the patient MyChart portal.

Q: How do I know what insurance will be accepted?
A: Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging is a participating provider with a majority of insurance companies, comparable to other freestanding imaging centers. Our team works with your insurance providers to obtain any necessary pre-authorization.

Q: Who are the radiologists in the practice? 
A: The practice consists of 15 radiologists who have additional training to further subspecialize. The new Johns Hopkins Community Radiology Division will be integrated with the academic radiology department at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Q: Will the staff remain the same? 
A: Yes. Staff at the Rockledge Drive location are now employees of Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging. There are no radiology staff changes at Sibley or Suburban Hospitals.

Q: Will I still be able to schedule through the same phone number?
A: Yes. The scheduling numbers remain the same.

Sibley Memorial Hospital Imaging Services: 202-537-4795
Suburban Hospital Radiology: 301-896-2222
Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging on Rockledge Drive: 301-897-5656

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