Maryland Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center
James T. Frenkil Building, 3rd Floor
16 S. Eutaw Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
If you or your physician suspects you have Parkinson’s disease or another movement disorder, or if you have already been diagnosed, you may schedule an appointment for a comprehensive evaluation from one of our movement disorder specialists.
The Center offers expert diagnosis and management of Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders including Deep Brain Stimulation, botulinum toxin injection for dystonia and spasticity, management of emotional and psychiatric symptoms associated with movement disorders and specialized care for Huntington’s Disease. Since its inception, our Center has grown to be a full service diagnostic and treatment facility, featuring the most advanced medical and surgical interventions.
Our multidisciplinary team includes a social worker, a neuropsychologist, genetics counselor, a staff of research nurses and a patient services coordinator who all work with our physicians to ensure that the needs of patients and families are supported with individualized care plans unique to their specific conditions. Please inquire about opportunities to participate in clinical trials, additional research, and patient education events.
Scheduling an Appointment
To schedule or change an appointment, please contact our patient scheduler at 410-328-4323.
It is helpful to have your medical records forwarded to the neurologist prior to your visit. In most cases you will receive forms to fill out in the mail. It is helpful to have these forms filled out prior to your visit.
In addition to these forms, it is important that you bring a complete list of current medications you are taking, doses, and times for each medication.
Directions to our Office
Our center is located at 16. S. Eutaw Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. Please see link for directions: http://www.umm.edu/gethere/campus.htm
Garage parking is available within a short distance from our center. The ambulatory clinic will validate parking to reduce the fee at university garages only. We suggest using the Valet Services, the University Plaza Garage, or the Baltimore Grand Garage if you would like to park for a reduced fee. The closest garages can be seen in the map found here: http://umm.edu/patients/directions/parking
Questions or Prescription Refills
To request a prescription refill, please have your pharmacy fax a refill request to (410) 328-0167 or if you have further questions, please contact our office at (410) 328-7809.
After hours: please call the neurology resident on call (410) 328-4323.
If you have been given a login code by your physician or a nurse, please visit https://myportfolio.umm.edu/MyChart/.
Through MyPortfolio, you now have safe and secure way to access your health records, request prescription refills, and stay in touch with your doctor at the University of Maryland.
This page was last updated: February 19, 2015