The Department of Radiology at Al Khalidi Hospital & Medical Center is deeply committed to serving our patients by providing the highest quality of specialized radiological services in a compassionate, efficient, and cost effective manner. With our multidisciplinary team and state-of-the-art technology, we will maintain a consistent quality of clinical service and academic excellence in our dynamic practice of radiology. We offer a full range of diagnostic imaging techniques and interventional services. The department is linked to the whole center with PACS system through intranet and internet connections.
We offer a full range of diagnostic imaging techniques including:
A fully digital X-ray department
A multi-slice CT Scan (256iCT Brilliance). All diagnostic examinations including C.T angiogram for the whole body and CT coronary angiogram
Advanced 3 T MRI and other 1.5 T MRI
Lithotripsy Unit, Under the supervision of specialists in this field
Ultrasound with Doppler studies and 4D
Digital mammogram unit with tomosynthesis
Our interventional services include:
CT and Ultrasound guided biopsies and drainages
Peripheral angioplasties and stenting Abdominal and thoracic endovascular stent graft
All kinds of embolization to treat hemorrhage, AVM and tumors with Chemo-embolization including the use of Beads or microspheres
Endovascular treatment of intracranialaneurysms and AVM by coiling or embolization
GI procedure including Bilary tree stenting
Interventional urological procedures (Nephrostomies and Double catheter insertion)
Tumor Ablation with Radiofrequency
The Diagnostic & Interventional Radiology department is linked to Al Khalidi Hospital & Medical Center with PACS system through intranet and internet connections.
Dr.Karim Al Khalidi
Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist
- Member of royal college of physicians in Ireland (MRCPI).
- Fellow of the royal college of physicians in Canada (FRCPC).
- Diagnostic Radiology residency at the University of Toronto in Canada.
- Fellowship in interventional radiology from the University of Toronto in Canada.
- Jordanian board in Diagnostic Radiology.
Saturday – Thursday 08:00 – 18:00