Montgomery General Hospital/Helen P. Denit Cancer Center
Montgomery General Hospital is a 171-bed, not-for-profit
community hospital. Founded in 1920, it was the first acute
care hospital in Montgomery County. The hospital serves not
only Montgomery County, but also the greater Baltimore and
Washington metro areas. Montgomery General Hospital admits
over 8,000 patients a year.
The Helen P. Denit Cancer Center, which is conveniently located
on the Montgomery General Hospital Campus, began treating
patients in 2001. The new facility offers both a patient-friendly
environment and access to the most sophisticated radiation
oncology treatment planning and delivery available. The Helen
P. Denit Cancer Center is a collaborative effort between Montgomery
General Hospital and the University of Maryland Greenebaum
Cancer Center. It is staffed by board certified University
of Maryland radiation oncologists.
18101 Prince Philip Drive
Olney, Maryland 20832
- Physical and Occupational therapy
- Community Education
- Addiction and Mental Health Services
- Emergency Services
- Cancer Treatment
- Home Health Care
- Diabetes Program
- Maternal/Newborn Center
- Joint Replacement Center
Getting to Montgomery General Hospital
From The North:
Access Route 97 (Georgia Avenue). Drive south on Route 97
to 108. At the third traffic light, turn left onto Prince
Philip Drive and follow the signs to MGH .
From The South:
Access Route 97 (Georgia Avenue). Turn right (east) onto Route
108. At the third traffic light, turn left onto Prince Philip
Drive and follow the signs to MGH.
For more information about Montgomery General Hospital and
its services, call (301) 774-8882 or visit www.montgomerygeneral.org.