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How to see a Johns Hopkins Brain tumor expert.

How to Contact the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center

Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon, Jon Weingart, M.D. explains how to get an appointment or consultation at the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center.

 
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I am currently admitted to a hospital or in an emergency room and would like to arrange a transfer.

To transfer to Johns Hopkins Hospital, ask your physician to contact the Hopkins Access Line (HAL) 410-955-9444 and speak to a Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon. 

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I am currently living in Maryland, Washington, D.C. or adjacent states.

Adult Patients: 410-955-6406
Pediatric Patients: 410-955-7337

Have the following information available:

  • Diagnosis
  • Most recent MRI report
  • Contact information including telephone and email
  • Front and back of your insurance card

Fax all information to 410-630-7865.

Your information is reviewed by our medical team and will return your call within one week. If it is an urgent matter, our team will expedite the call and appointment. 

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I am currently living in the U.S. outside of Maryland and the states adjacent to Maryland.

Call Hopkins USA at 1-855-695-4872. A medical concierge will help you with submitting patient records for review. You will need to provide: 

  • Diagnosis
  • Most recent MRI report
  • Contact information including telephone and email
  • Front and back of your insurance card

Your information is reviewed by our medical team who will return your call within one week. For emergencies, our team will expedite the call and appointment.

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I am currently living outside the U.S.

Call Johns Hopkins International +1-410-502-7683 and a medical concierge will arrange your medical visit with attention to your personal, cultural and travel related needs. The concierge can arrange consultations or treatment plans with the appropriate physician.

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I have a medical emergency.

An emergency is any medical problem that affects your quality of life or daily function. If your doctor informs you that your situation is urgent let us know and you will be seen by a brain tumor expert as soon as possible. 

We review and evaluate emergencies within 48 hours. When you call, explain your situation to the access specialist who will pass this on for immediate review. If you have the MRI report, read the conclusion to the access specialist or fax it to 410-630-7865. We will call you to arrange the appointment. 

Adult Patients: 410-955-6406
Pediatric Patients: 410-955-7337

 

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