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Medical Imaging Services

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A critical component of modern healthcare, medical imaging includes a wide array of procedures and technologies that enable physicians to better diagnose and treat health conditions and diseases.

Crozer-Keystone is Delaware County's leading choice for comprehensive outpatient medical imaging services. Our goal is to provide patients with a quality experience from start to finish at each of our locations. Most services have appointments available within 24 hours, and reports are available to referring physicians.

Available Diagnostic Imaging Services

Our imaging centers are accredited by the American College of Radiology, and Delaware County Memorial Hospital and Crozer-Chester Medical Center have both been named  Breast Imaging Centers of Excellence. All of our imaging facilities are staffed with board-certified radiologists, registered technologists and registered nurses.

We are proud to offer high-quality, state-of-the-art imaging equipment. We invest in the latest technology manufactured by Siemens, GE and Hologic, all leaders in their industry. Our all-digital system provides improved image quality at lower radiation levels. Images are instantly available, providing shorter patient visits and timely interpretations.

Our Providers

The Medical Imaging Department of Crozer-Keystone Health System is staffed by experienced, board-certified radiologists who have met the strict guidelines set by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Our technologists are certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, and our safe facilities are accredited by the American College of Radiology and inspected annually by FDA.

Crozer-Keystone is also part of the Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging’s “Image Gently” program, which aims to reduce radiation doses on children.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to bring to an imaging appointment?

  1. Your insurance card(s) and claim form(s), if applicable.
  2. Your prescription from your physician.
  3. All OUTSIDE radiological studies (CT, MRI, X-ray) pertaining to your current medical problem. If all of your radiology studies have been done at Crozer-Keystone Health System facilities, this is not necessary.
  4. Prior medical records and consultations from other physicians who have investigated your medical problem.
  5. A complete list of the names and dosage of all the medications that you take.
  6. Letter of authorization (required by all HMOs). You must consult your primary care provider to get an authorization number.

Do I need an appointment for a diagnostic x-ray?

No. Walk-ins for diagnostic X-ray appointments are welcome, and no appointments are needed. Just bring your prescription, referral (if necessary) and insurance card with you to any of our convenient locations.

How do I pre-certify imaging services?

Most insurance companies require pre-certification of non-emergency services. This is the responsibility of the patient and their physician. Failure to obtain pre-certification could result in non-payment of the hospital bill by the insurance company. At the time of registration, patients are requested to assign insurance benefits to the hospital. Patients who wish to bill their own insurance or have not secured an authorization will be required to pay for these services during the registration process.

For pre-certification information, call 1-866-5CK-XRAY (1-866-525-9729)

How do I request medical imaging files?

To request your imaging files, please call the location where your imaging was done.

Request An Appointment

To request an appointment at one of our locations, call 1-866-5-CK-XRAY (1-866-525-9729) 24 hours a day, seven days a week or complete our online Request Appointment Form.

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Crozer-Keystone Scheduling Portal

Existing patients can use the Crozer-Keystone Scheduling Portal to schedule and manage appointments for routine mammograms and DEXA bone density scans. Click here to register or login.