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Remote Medical Second Opinion Program

A remote medical second opinion is a valuable resource when you are faced with difficult health circumstances or choices regarding your treatment options. However you may have limited access to highly specialized care depending on where you live, your availability for travel or your mobility.

If you are living in the United States and under the care of a U.S.-based physician, then our physicians will work directly with your doctor to make recommendations about your treatment plans or options. Remote second opinion services are available to residents of the following states:

  • VA
  • PA
  • DE
  • WV
  • DC
  • FL
  • NJ
  • NC
  • SC
  • GA

Departments Offering a Remote Medical Second Opinion

Currently the following Johns Hopkins departments offer medical second opinions remotely: