Medical Services and Care at Suburban Hospital
Suburban's proximity to the National Institutes of Health has helped it bring world-class research from the bench to the bedside, providing our local community with access to the most advanced diagnostic and treatment protocols for stroke, heart attack, cancer, and others conditions.
Emergency & Trauma Care
If you are experiencing an emergency, dial 911. For the Emergency Department, navigate to 8600 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, MD, and follow signs for the emergency entrance.
Whether you need treatment for a minor illness or chronic condition, our primary care physicians are ready to help.
We are recognized for excellence in many medical specialties, attracting top doctors in all departments.
Suburban Hospital is distinguished by a certified stroke center and level II trauma center, as well as centers of excellence in cardiac care, orthopedics and joint replacement surgery, neurosciences and oncology. For more information about referrals or to request an appointment, call our access services at 301-896-3100.
Your Care Team
Your day-to-day care at Suburban Hospital is managed by our nurses and hospital-based physicians, who work collaboratively with specialists and your primary care physician.
Suburban Hospital nurses are taking a leadership role in transforming patient care. Close to 200 nurses have obtained certification in their specialties — an accomplishment that earned us a highly coveted award from the American Board of Nursing Specialties.
Hospitalists (Hospital-based Physicians)
Your day-to-day care at Suburban Hospital is managed by our hospital-based physicians, who work collaboratively with specialists and your primary care physician.
Johns Hopkins Health Care & Surgery Center
Johns Hopkins Medicine has a comprehensive health care facility in Bethesda, less than fifteen minutes from Suburban Hospital. This health care and surgery center offers a full array of medical services for you and your family.