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Montgomery County, Heart Care Rockville

COVID-19 Updates

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Two Options For Care Available

To ensure the safety of our patients and staff during the current COVID-19 outbreak, we have decided to temporarily close our Heart Care Rockville location and merge with our Bethesda and Silver Spring locations.

Two options to continue your health care:

  • Current patients can schedule a video visit with their provider. 
  • Schedule an in-person* appointment at our Bethesda and Silver Spring locations. Call our office by phone and you will be automatically transferred.
    *Please note: In order to lessen the spread of COVID-19, in-person appointments are limited at all practices. 
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Schedule a Video Visit Today

Are you a current Johns Hopkins Community Physicians patient? ​​​​​​​Call us or send a message through MyChart to ask your provider if a video visit is appropriate for your health care needs. 

Video visits allow you to connect face-to-face in real time without leaving your home. Find resources, tips and Frequently Asked Questions here



Heart Care Rockville

Johns Hopkins Community Physicians
15005 Shady Grove Road, Suite 340
Rockville, MD 20850
Maps and Directions

Phone: 240-238-3760
Fax: 410-367-2112​​​​​​​

Practice Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Appointment Scheduling Line Open:
Monday - Thursday: 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Make An Appointment

Talk to a Representative
Call 240-238-3760 for an appointment
New Patients
Providers accepting new patients offer online scheduling
Existing Patients
Schedule or request an appointment online through MyChart


Practice Administrator: Silvia Zunca
Office Medical Director: Daniel J. Fernicola, M.D.

Practice News

A Life Saved....Twice - Suburban Hospital New Directions
In 1980, physicians at Suburban Hospital saved Constantine Zuras's life the first time. Thirty-four years later, Mr. Zura relied on Suburban Hospital and Eric Lieberman, M.D. to provide lifesaving care after experiencing chest pain.

2014 Top Doctors - Washingtonian
More than half of Johns Hopkins Community Physicians cardiologists were honored as Washingtonian magazine's 2014 "Top Doctors." Congratulations!

New Guidelines on Statins - Suburban Hospital Health e-News
Dr. Eric Lieberman, cardiologist at JHCP Heart Care, sheds some light on the new guidelines and the use of statins to prevent and treat cardiovascular disease.

When Over Exertion Means Trouble - The Patriot Life
Cardiologist Maureen Collins Fennell, M.D. discusses the warning signs of a heart attack and how can you prevent this, particularly during the winter months.

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