Choosing a physician for your cardiac care is one of the most important decisions you will ever make.
Should you go to a medical center with comprehensive services or an academic, research-oriented institution that advances the understanding of cardiac disease? Or, perhaps you'd prefer to find you doctor in a smaller, community hospital, close to home who promises more comfort, caring and personal service.
How about a practice that provides all that and more?
In addition to state-of-the-art cardiac surgery and angioplasty, Johns Hopkins Cardiothoracic Surgery at Suburban Hospital provides training for the next generation of cardiac surgeons and cardiologists, and, through ground-breaking research, contributes to improvements in the treatment of cardiac disease worldwide. The Cardiothoracic Surgery program also complements a broad range of existing programs at Suburban Hospital-from emergency/trauma care to state-of-the-art cardiac diagnostics and rehabilitation. Over the years these programs, have helped many thousands of patients recover from heart disease.
Patients coming for an office appointment may park in the McKinley Street parking lot, at the corner of Old Georgetown Road and McKinley Street. From the lot, patients will come up the short ramp to the glass double doors and push the button for Security to allow them to enter.
Patients coming for a procedure should park in the Suburban Hospital parking garage and enter through the main hospital entrance. The registration desk is on the right.