Do you need help somewhere in the health care system?
Find an Independent Health / Patient Advocate or Care Manager in
Maryland & Washington, DC
in the AdvoConnection Directory
Search for patient advocates, care managers, navigators, and medical billing specialists in:
Annapolis, Baltimore, Beltsville, Bethesda, Chesapeake, College Park, Cumberland, Frederick, Hagerstown, Rockville, Silver Spring, and other areas of MD.*
Suburban Maryland, Baltimore and Washington, DC, nationwide and international
Nobody should have to navigate health care alone – we can help. The medical world is very confusing, especially when you're not well. Contact us for compassionate and professional assistance!
Baltimore, Washington DC, and Nationwide
Board Certified Patient Advocate, Physician Assistant with years of experience in oncology. Exclusive practice allows providing individual care, to help navigate the health care system
Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia (in-person services); Nationwide
If you are caring for a family member and overwhelmed with managing their medical care, I can help! My goal is to facilitate excellent care while restoring your peace of mind.
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The AdvoConnection Directory is free to use.
All advocates and navigators found here are members of the Alliance of Professional Health Advocates. They are ready to help you solve whatever problems the healthcare system has put in front of you. Their services include health-related advocacy of any type including case and care management, medical billing and claims assistance, home health and eldercare services, pain management and palliative care consulting, mental health advocacy, dental advocacy, mediation services and more.
Find a master list of the services these professionals provide.
Most will charge a fee for providing their services.
our membership changes daily and we cannot guarantee you’ll find help in the
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