Welcome to Larchmont—Where Exceptional Imaging Meets Extraordinary Care...Especially Now


At Larchmont Medical Imaging, your good health has always been our primary concern. Today, this is truer than ever. Many people still need medical imaging tests during this challenging time.  At Larchmont, we have taken many steps to make your next office visit as safe and comfortable as possible.

During Scheduling:

Our schedulers ask focused screening questions of all patients, before scheduling any appointments. This screening process helps us manage the best way to serve patients, while working to keep all visitors healthy and preventing spread of active virus.

Before Your Visit:

Our medical cleanliness has been taken to new levels. Before and after each patient, imaging equipment and patient tables are thoroughly cleaned using professional grade products. Exam rooms are also cleaned throughout the day, with an extensive overnight cleaning process.

During Your Visit:

All patients are required to bring and wear a face mask while in Larchmont offices, as is common in most open businesses today.  Arriving patients will also be asked some brief screening questions along with having their temperature checked.  All staff are self-monitoring for symptoms prior to their work day.  They will also be wearing face masks, and any other protective gear as appropriate. Hand sanitizer is available.

We have also taken steps to reduce crowding where possible. For patients, we request that no extra visitors come in during office visits. Anyone needed for actual patient assistance is naturally permitted.

When needed, we will offer a ‘wait-in-car’ system. Patients first register for their appointment at the front desk, and then wait in their own car until they are contacted when it is time to begin their exam.

General Information:

Here are the basic preventive steps you can take to help prevent the spread of the virus:

Wear a protective mask when in public

Maintain a minimum of six feet between yourself and other people. This is especially important for older adults and people who have serious chronic medical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and lung disease.

 Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains a minimum of 60% alcohol.

 Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

 Stay informed and up-to-date. For up-to-date information about the COVID-19 coronavirus, visit the CDC website.