Jefferson Radiology is open and offering our full spectrum of services* to provide you with the care you need, safely & comfortably
We’ve adapted our operations. We’ve evolved our patient care. All the steps we’ve taken have made our imaging centers a really safe place to be. (*varicose vein treatments will resume at a later date)
Our Offices are Safe
Now more than ever, the safety of our patients, staff and community is our first priority. We’ve put in place a series of safety measures and are exceeding CDC guidelines across our facilities. Our staff is trained to provide you with the safest, most comfortable exam possible.
Although your patient experience at Jefferson Radiology may look a little different these days, one thing remains the same: you can feel safe and comfortable knowing you are receiving expert imaging care in a state-of-the-art facility. To help keep you safe, we are offering a simple six step check-in process for a safe imaging exam:
When calling to book your appointment, we’ll ask you a few screening questions regarding COVID-19.
You’ll check-in for your appointment from your car using our new “Wait-in-the-Car” application. You can wait safety and comfortably until we call you to come in.
Please call us prior to your appointment if you are experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough or shortness of breath.
You’ll need to wear a mask before entering our offices and keep it on for the duration of your visit. You won’t be alone though – all of our staff is required to wear a mask at all times.
All of our equipment and each of our exam rooms are being thoroughly cleaned and disinfected in between every patient. We are also disinfecting waiting rooms and cleaning high touch areas like door handles, check-in areas, pens and clipboards regularly throughout the day.
If you are experiencing fever and respiratory symptoms and have questions about your appointment, please call our patient care line at 860-289-3375.
To protect patients and staff, we are not currently accepting patients with a known active case of COVID-19.