Welcome to

Pediatric Radiology



The Division of  Radiology at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) is home to elite imaging technology that allows our team to better diagnose and treat the children who depend upon our services and expertise. Our Department includes two new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines, four computed tomography (CT) scanners and six state-of-the-art ultrasound machines. We’re prepared to evaluate a broad range of health issues affecting your child.

Our specialized pediatric radiologists and x-ray technicians understand the unique needs, concerns and values of children and their families; you’ll receive CHAM’s trademark compassion and family-focused care throughout every interaction. Working collaboratively with a multidisciplinary diagnostic team of specialists, we do everything in our power to educate, comfort and protect your child throughout all procedures.


John Amodio, MD

The Division of Radiology strives to offer children an optimal imaging experience. We utilize a patient-centered approach, always working to ensure your child's comfort while simultaneously obtaining valuable diagnostic information. 

John Amodio, MD

Chief, Pediatric Radiology


CHAM’s Division of Radiology is committed to more than just accurate results—our holistic approach is geared toward optimized care for patients and their families. 


We have pledged and participate in the Image Gently Campaign for Radiation Safety.


Education & Training


In collaboration with Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, CHAM hosts a year-long fellowship in pediatric radiology. Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), this respected program gives fellows a wealth of experience and training, equipping them for a bright career in pediatric radiology. Fellows gain proficiency in virtually all areas of pediatric radiology, while participating in major conferences and cutting-edge research initiatives.  







CHAM is the Pediatric University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine. As such, we are committed to translating pioneering scientific discoveries and leading-edge research into exciting new diagnostics, treatments and therapies for the children we treat.