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The UM Capital Region Health Medical Group is proud to offer comprehensive care for the entire family as part of our Family Medicine practice. Our dedicated primary care providers are board certified in Family Medicine, which means that they are trained to treat a wide range of health conditions for everyone from babies to the elderly.
Our Medical Group specializes in you. We believe in being your partner in good health. We take a whole-life approach to care for you and your family. We look at how factors in your life may be affecting your health and well-being. Your life and your health are interconnected so we want you to feel comfortable telling us about your life and asking any questions you may have about your health.
As your family doctor, we are here to manage you overall health. As part of the UMCRH Medical Group, we also have access to a network of physicians for those rare occasions where a specialist may be needed.
To make an appointment, please call:
- 301-619-2273 - Cheverly
- 301-618-2273 - Suitland
- Annual physicals
- New baby exams
- School, camp, sports physicals
- Well child visits
- Work physicals
- Colds, flu, infections
- Rashes, hives, allergic reactions
- Scrapes, bumps, bruises, sprains and strains
- Urological conditions
- Upper respiratory issues
Chronic Disease Management
- High blood pressure, high cholesterol
- COPD and asthma
- Breast and gynecologic cancer screening
- Family planning
- Well woman exams
- Prostate care
- Medicare wellness visits
- Mental health screenings
Family Medicine Residency Program
The UMCRH Medical Group Family Medicine practice has been chosen to participate in the University of Maryland School of Medicine's Family Medicine Residency program, a three year specialty training component for physicians who choose family medicine as their professional field of practice. As part of the program, we actively engage these young doctors in our practice to help further mold their techniques and skills. in our Cheverly office, your care team may include the residents and your primary physician (referred to as the Attending Physician).