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We request that all appointments be made by the parents or legal guardians only. Our first question will always be “what is the child’s neurological problem?” This question is asked so that we can make sure the appropriate pediatric neurologist sees the patient. For an appointment, please call:

Pediatric Neurology: 410.955.4259
Out-of-State patients: 410.735.HUSA (4872)

Part of the appointment scheduling process is to make sure we participate in patient’s insurance plan. If the patient’s insurance plan is a PPO, this will not be a problem; however, if the patient’s insurance plan is an HMO, the patient will need a referral from a primary care physician. Obtaining the referral is the patient/patient’s family’s responsibility. If we are unsure of participation in the insurance plan, we may ask you to fax the front and back of the insurance participant card to 410.614.2297.

Prior to an appointment, the patient/patient’s family will receive an appointment letter including a questionnaire and directions. The questionnaire must be returned the day of the appointment.


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