CORONAVIRUS ALERT: Any symptoms of fever, cough, difficulty breathing AND travel to high risk areas(China, Italy, Iran and South Korea) in last 14 days or if you have been in close contact with someone who has traveled to these areas. NOTIFY YOUR PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY! 

After much consideration, and in an effort to protect the well-being of our community, we have made a decision to implement caregiver and visitor limitations at all MOH clinics that include:

  • No Visitors are allowed in the clinics
  • Only 1 caregiver can accompany a patient in the practice if they have no upper respiratory symptoms - upper respiratory symptoms include: a cough, fever of 101.1 and above, nasal congestion, runny nose or sore throat
  • Children age 15 or younger are not allowed in the clinic until further notice 

The health and safety of our MOH patients and staff is our top priority. We recognize that these visitor limitations may cause concerns, so if you feel you have a special circumstance, please notify the front desk so a manager can discuss your situation.Visitors with flu-like symptoms are not permitted to visit our offices in order to protect patients and staff.

The following offices, Wheaton and Germantown have consolidated to our Rockville & Bethesda locations. In addition, our Mt. Airy office has consolidated to our Frederick location.

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What to Expect

As a new patient at Maryland Oncology Hematology, we want you to feel comfortable and confident about your care. We have created a checklist below, to help prepare for your first visit. We also ask that you also print out and complete a full set of patient forms before you arrive.

At MOH, we take the time to thoroughly evaluate every new patient, so your initial consultation may take 1-2 hours. We ask that you plan accordingly.

What to bring:

  • Your insurance information: Bring your insurance card or any additional insurance information.
  • Photo ID: Bring two forms of identification, including one photo ID. This includes a driver’s license, passport, military/school ID card, etc.
  • New patient forms: Please fill out all new patient forms and bring them with you. Click hereto print the forms.
  • Medications: Bring a full list of your current medications and dosage.
  • List of questions: Write down any questions you have, so you don’t forgot to ask your physician at your visit.
  • Paper and pen: Be sure to take notes during your visit, so you have them to refer to and share with loved ones.
  • A friend or loved one: Whenever possible, bring along a friend or loved one to your appointments. They provide valuable support and serve as an extra pair of eyes and ears to ensure good communication.

What to expect:

  • Your physician: The physician you are scheduled to see at your initial consultation will remain your primary provider throughout treatment. At your first visit, you meet the doctor for a new patient evaluation.
  • Length of visit: We take the time to conduct a thorough evaluation at your consultation, so a first visit can last one to two hours. We ask that you plan accordingly.
  • Additional tests, x-rays or scans: Your physician may request additional tests, x-rays or scans to best guide your treatment.
  • Your care team: In addition to your physician, you may also meet oncology nurses, advanced practice providers, radiation therapists, CT/PET technologists, pharmacists, laboratory technicians and clinical research coordinators who will be part of your treatment.
  • Your patient benefits representative: At the end of your visit, you’ll schedule your next appointment and meet with a patient benefits representative to discuss your insurance coverage and billing questions.