Radiology (Medical Imaging)

technicians looking at medical images

The successful imaging of children requires special expertise and knowledge. We’ve combined our pediatric radiology groups in Delaware and Florida into one integrated system, offering families the benefit of the experience and commitment of all of our board-certified pediatric radiologists. Your child’s scan can be shared and read by our specialists in an instant, anywhere, any time.

 
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Pediatric Radiology Designed to Meet Kids' Needs

Radiology, or medical imaging, allows doctors to use a variety of noninvasive tests (when no instrument is inserted inside the body) to "see" the bones and organs. These studies are performed by our team of experts who are specially trained to work with kids, using pediatric radiology equipment that's designed or adapted to meet your child's needs.

Reducing Exposure to Radiation With Accurate Results

Your child’s safety is our main concern. That’s why our pediatric radiology team is thoroughly committed to limiting your child’s radiation exposure by using the lowest dose necessary to get an accurate image during an X-ray or any other type of medical imaging.

Voorhees

Nemours duPont Pediatrics, Voorhees

443 Laurel Oak Road
Therapy Services (Suite 200)
Pediatric Specialty Services (Suite 230)
Voorhees, NJ 08043
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For Appointments: (302) 651-4200
For Information: (856) 309-8508
Fax: (856) 309-8556

Hours: Medical imaging is available Mondays, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesdays 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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What to Bring
  • photo ID
  • medical and pharmacy insurance cards
  • preferred pharmacy name and phone number
  • names and dosage of all medications, including over-the-counter medication, your child is currently taking
  • guardianship and custody papers, if a legal guardian rather than a parent accompanies your child
New Patients
  • Patient Registration (PDF)
    English
Returning Patients
  • Patient Presents Without Legal Guardian (PDF)
    English | Spanish
    Note: A parent or legal guardian must be with a child for a first visit.
You may also bring (if available):
  • any past test results related to hearing
 
Forms & Resources
Returning Patients
  • Patient Presents Without Legal Guardian (PDF)
    English | Spanish
    Note: A parent or legal guardian must be with a child for a first visit.
Resources for Patients & Families
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We’re pleased to offer you and your child a pediatric medical facility filled with expert pediatric medical specialists and the very latest equipment — at Nemours duPont Pediatrics, Voorhees. Here we offer pediatric radiology (medical imaging) technology, with diagnostic X-ray tests right onsite.

A Team of Pediatric Radiology (Medical Imaging) Specialists

We keep your child’s comfort in mind during any kind of medical imaging test at Nemours duPont Pediatrics, Voorhees. That’s why we use a team of specialists to get accurate results and keep your child relaxed during the test. We have X-ray technologists (techs) right onsite, and our expert pediatric radiologists are connected in real time through a workstation to read your child’s imaging results.

What's a Diagnostic X-Ray Test?

A diagnostic X-ray is a simple, safe and painless test that uses a small amount of radiation to take pictures of your child’s bones and internal organs. It can help doctors diagnose medical problems and their causes, and rule out other possibilities. Your child may be referred for a diagnostic X-ray at Nemours duPont Pediatrics, Voorhees by a Nemours doctor or a community physician.

Reducing Your Child's Exposure to Radiation

Your child’s safety is our main concern. That’s why the pediatric radiology team at Nemours duPont Pediatrics, Voorhees is thoroughly committed to limiting your child’s radiation exposure by using the lowest dose necessary to get an accurate image during an X-ray.