The Johns Hopkins Melanoma Program includes faculty members in a variety of specialties. Appointments for patients already diagnosed with melanoma can be made through a single-access point to facilitate both physician and self referrals.
Dr. William Sharfman with a patient
I have a diagnosed melanoma…
Information that will be needed to make an appointment includes:
- Patient’s age, contact information and brief medical history
- Pathology reports
- MRI, CT, PET and lab results (if these tests have been done)
- Operative notes, if any
- Copy of insurance card(s)
For your first appointment at the Johns Hopkins Melanoma Program, you will need to bring your primary care provider referral (if needed) and copies of any scans/X-rays (MRI, CT, PET).
We also need to have our pathologists review your pathology slides that showed melanoma. We will discuss with you how they can be obtained.
I think I have a melanoma…
Call the Department of Dermatology to arrange an appointment with a dermatologist who can evaluate your skin at one of the following locations:
- Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center (Downtown East Baltimore) – 410-955-5933
- Johns Hopkins at Green Spring Station (Lutherville) – 410-847-3767
- Johns Hopkins Bayview (Dundalk area) – 410-550-0503
The Johns Hopkins Melanoma Program
10753 Falls Road
Hopkins Pavilion II, Suite 415
Lutherville, MD 21093
(410) 616-7660 phone
(410) 616-7663 fax
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If you are coming to Johns Hopkins from a distance, you may choose to stay at a nearby hotel. Johns Hopkins offers assistance with hotel arrangements through the Patient Services Accomodations Office. They can be reached at 410-614-1911 or toll free at 800-225-2201.