We Are Members of Privia Medical Group

As of January 30, 2018, we are proud members of Privia Medical Group!

Important Information Updates About Our Practice

WEATHER LINE

Information about the office hours during days of inclement weather can be heard by calling our main number.

410.828.7417, and dial extension 210

This line is updated by 7:00 am on days of bad weather. The day and date are always updated when a new message is recorded.

Please be safe and check this line before driving to the office in bad weather. If we are open our normal hours, the message will not be updated, and we can be reached after 8:30 am on our main number.

What Women Need to Know About Thyroid Disorders

PRESS RELEASE

WMAR-TV (ABC-Balt.) 3:33 What women need to know about thyroid disorders It’s National Women’s Health Week — a good time to remind the women in our lives to keep health a priority. We’re all aware of the dangers that breast cancer and heart disease brings. But women also need to know about thyroid disorders.  Ruth S. Horowitz, M.D., is the chief of the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism of the Geckle Diabetes Center at GMBC. She talked with ABC 2 News to let women know the difference between hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism and what the symptoms of both are. http://www.abc2news.com/news/health/what-women-need-to-know-about-thyroid-disorders

More Adults and Children Diagnosed with Diabetes

PRESS RELEASE

WMAR-TV (ABC-Balt.) 2:25 More adults and children diagnosed with diabetes Emory Young probably pays more attention to what he eats than most people. That’s because, in 2002, Young was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. “I was thirsty all the time. I had dry skin. I was frequently going to the bathroom and experiencing weight loss,” says Young.  Dr. Ruth S. Horowitz, chief of the Division of Endocrinology at GBMC and a partner with Bay West Endocrinology Associates, says failing to manage your diabetes can have serious consequences.  http://www.abc2news.com/news/health/more-adults-and-children-diagnosed-with-diabetes