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Prince George's County, Brandywine

 
 

Parking Information

There is free parking available. There are two entrance ways to the office: park on the side facing 301 for convenience; the back parking lot can also be used.

 
covid-19 vaccine vial

Johns Hopkins Medicine has the bivalent COVID-19 booster. The bivalent vaccines, which offer better protection against COVID-19 caused by the omicron variant than the earlier, monovalent vaccines, have been authorized for use as a single booster dose administered at least two months after primary or booster vaccination. Patients can schedule an appointment through MyChart.

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masking requirement

There is an increase of COVID-19 infections from the newest omicron variants, which are highly contagious. As such, masking remains a requirement for all patients, visitors and Johns Hopkins Medicine personnel regardless of vaccination status in all Johns Hopkins Medicine locations, both in clinical and in nonclinical areas. A mask will be provided for you if you need one.

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Schedule An Appointment Online

New Patients
We offer online scheduling for new patient visits.
Current Patients
Schedule a video or in-person visit
online through MyChart.

Services

Internal Medicine & Pediatrics (Med/Peds)

 

Practice Leadership

Practice Administrator: Nicole Hall
Office Medical Director: Melissa Blakeman, M.D. (interim)

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