Radiology

Outpatient X-ray Options Available All Times of Year

‘Tis the season for brightly colored lights, festive carols, and chilly winter nights spent snuggled up watching your favorite holiday classics. Unfortunately, it is also the season for icy sidewalks, slippery roads and other general inconveniences during the end of the year hustle and bustle. Between shopping for presents, getting out to do our charitable duties and attempting to visit every relative in the address book, there are bound to be some accidents along the way. Please be safe when skating from one school performance to the next, but for those few times when safety falls a little short, Cincinnati Children’s Radiology is here for you.

Cincinnati Children’s Radiology would like to wish you all a happy and safe holiday season and to remind you of the many convenient ways you can receive an x-ray during this hectic time of year. Santa may be able to visit the entire world in a single night, but we are not quite that good, and so we’ve given you multiple location options throughout the Greater Cincinnati area instead.


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Most of you already know about the Main Base (Burnet Ave.) location next to the Cincinnati Zoo, which is a great option if you or your child also have other appointments at this location. Our Liberty campus (Yankee Rd.) off I-75 is another suitable location if you or your child have other appointments at the same medical center. Both locations do tend to fill up rather quickly because patients are receiving imaging and having doctor appointments at the same sites.

If it is only an x-ray you seek, then Cincinnati Children’s offers other outpatient locations throughout the city and surrounding area. These convenient facilities are in:

All our locations have the same intensive staff training, high-quality imaging and experienced radiologists who read the images. So, this holiday season, don’t let the stress of getting an x-ray get in the way of your holiday fun. Try one of our outpatient locations and you’ll be back to throwing snowballs in no time.

Tony Dandino

About the Author: Tony Dandino

Tony is an MRI Technologist at Cincinnati Children’s. Tony has been in his role for several years and serves as a Charge Tech, Quality Improvement Coach and Safety Coach for the MRI department. Tony has always known he wanted to work with children and in the medical field. Working at Cincinnati Children's has been the best of both worlds. Every day is something new and Tony can never wait to start the next adventure.

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