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There are many ways you can help children and their families get the care they need.
The Department of Pediatric Radiology at Boston Children's Hospital is the country's oldest and largest group of pediatric imaging specialists. We believe in imaging children gently, which means choosing the right test or procedure at the right time for your patients, and doing it the right way.
We provide imaging services at five locations in Boston and the surrounding suburbs:
To refer a patient to any of our locations, call our scheduling line: 617-919-SCAN (7226), Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. To schedule an Interventional Radiology appointment, please call 617-355-6579.
Note that we offer extended evening and weekend hours in Boston, Peabody and Waltham. And all five locations can see walk-in patients for x-rays without a scheduled appointment during regular business hours.
When you contact Boston Children’s to request a consultation you will be asked if your patient has imaging in his or her medical history. If so, you will be invited to share those exams.
We use lifeIMAGE ReferralBox to allow you to securely and instantly upload exams to our team. You will receive an email from our team with a link, username and password to upload images to our ReferralBox. Learn More
We continue to lead the region and nation in radiologic pediatric imaging. Learn More
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