Maryland Oncology Hematology remains open while making accommodations for the health and safety of our patients. If you believe you have been exposed to COVID-19 or have symptoms of COVID-19 including fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath, please call our office before you arrive. Any patient that has traveled out of state, please call before your appointment for travel information and review our travel policy. Our Mt. Airy location is now open and Wheaton patients now call Rockville & Germantown. View more information.

For Patients

Maryland Oncology Hematology provides patients with increased access to integrated, evidence-based cancer care and an extensive clinical research. We believe it is beneficial to our patients that their therapies are provided in a community setting where they can remain close to home and their family. 

Our dedicated physicians, nurses and staff will guide you and your family through your treatment options, tailoring our services to your unique, individual needs. We offer state of the art infusion chemotherapy services, laboratory testing, clinical trials and support services. We are committed to achieving the best possible result.

While a person experiences a variety of emotions, when a person first learns that they have cancer or a blood disorder/disease, the primary concern is survival. As treatment begins, however, relationships with others, management of side effects from treatments, nutrition, and diet become an important part of treatment. The physicians and staff at MOH are dedicated to helping you navigate through this challenging time.