Patient Forms, Map and Directions to Annapolis, MD Office
If you're planning your first visit to Maryland Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endo Center, we look forward to meeting you. To help prepare you, you'll find all the information you will need for your appointment on this page, including:
- Directions and maps
- Mission Statement
- New Patient Form (complete this prior to your appointment to save some time)
To decrease the burden of gastroenterological disease processes through early detection, therapy and education, by providing safe effective quality care to each individual. We accomplish this through technology, research, and best practices with a qualified experienced team in a friendly and positive environment.
Contact our Pre-op Nurse
Our pre-op nurse collects your medical history, list of medications and allergies to help your visit to our center go smoothly and ensure that you receive the best care possible. Please take a couple of minutes to print and complete the follow questionnaire and then fax or mail it for our pre-op nurse to review.
Our pre-op nurse c an be reached by phone Monday-Friday 8am-4pm @ 410-224-3636.
Make to the Attention: Pre-Op Nurse
Mail: MDTEC/Pre-Op Nurse
621 Ridgely Avenue, Suite 101
Annapolis, MD 21401
Please print and fill out these forms so we can expedite your first visit:
- Advance Directives
- Anesthesia Payment Agreement
- Financial Policy
- Medication List
- Patient Bill of Rights 1
- Patient Bill of Rights 2
- Privacy Notice
In order to view or print these forms you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. Click here to download it.
Insurance and Billing
Please contact our office to verify acceptance of your insurance plan. Qualifications for insurance coverage may differ due to the uniqueness of each procedure. We are happy to file insurance for your reimbursement as long as you are free to choose your own gastroenterologist. For more information please call 410-224-3636.
Please contact our Financial Coordinator for details at 410-224-3636 ext. 407
What To Expect
Knowing the Scope of things
Got the jitters about having a colonoscopy? You're not alone . The idea of going through the exam can be rather unsettling-even though you know it's for your own good. The truth is most people say it's not nearly as terrible as they expected, and that the anticipation is worse than the exam itself.
To help settle your nerves a bit, we've put together a description of what it's like to undergo and prepare for the procedure. In the end, we hope you see there's really nothing to fear.