When your child needs an imaging test or an image-guided procedure you want an experienced team and the latest, safest technology. An accurate diagnosis can mean better treatment decisions and outcomes.
Nemours Children's pediatric radiologists make up one of the largest and most respected programs in the country. We work across locations to evaluate rare and complex conditions. This means your child gets our very best, wherever you go.
We use advanced equipment and methods that are gentle and kid friendly. Our team knows how to get the best results in kids of all ages, even the tiniest newborns. In some areas, we capture images of babies while they’re in the womb.
And our expertise is renowned. Some of our radiologists are among a few hundred in the nation who are fellowship-trained in both pediatric diagnostic and interventional radiology, or pediatric radiology and neuroradiology (imaging of the brain).
Nemours gives you the answers you need, when it matters most.
At Nemours, we offer state-of-the-art services in a setting designed just for kids. We’re experts in all pediatric imaging, including the brain, head and spine, heart and vascular system, bones, joints and muscles, lungs, urinary tract and more.
Imaging accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) . We offer the highest level of image quality and safety for our CT and ultrasound tests. The ACR is the gold standard in imaging accreditation.
Low dose imaging technology (known as EOS). This advanced technology provides lower radiation X-rays for kids.
Everything you need, in one place. With our pediatric partner, Wolfson Children’s Hospital, we can care for all of your child’s imaging needs.
Fetal imaging as part of the Nemours Center for Fetal Care. We help diagnose conditions before your baby is born so you can plan care after delivery. In some cases, early treatment can mean the best outcomes.
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