Information & Forms

We want to make your first visit to Anne Arundel Dermatology as pleasant and comfortable as possible. To better serve you please bring your insurance card with you. If your insurance requires you to have a referral, please bring that with you at the time of your visit. You will be asked to fill out several forms on your first visit.

To save time, we offer the option of completing the majority of your necessary New Patient Information forms through our web site. Simply print, complete and bring the New Patient Information Packet found at the link below with you to your first visit.

If you need a copy of your medical record, please complete the Authorization for the Release of Medical Record Information found here:

Click here for directions to each of our locations. Since we have several locations and our Surgery Center in Annapolis, please do take a moment to make sure you are headed to the proper location. Please review the Insurance carriers we participate with; our Billing policies and our request that you please give us 24 hours notice to cancel an appointment.

Your Screening

Doctors look for skin changes and moles or freckles with unusual features such as asymmetry, irregular borders, blotchy color or increasing size. Your doctor will examine your entire skin surface, including areas not usually exposed to sunlight. They may measure the size of moles or freckles. Your doctor may also examine suspicious spots using a hand held microscope called a dermatoscope. You should expect a 10-15 minute visit which includes a review of your medical history and completion of any needed paperwork. This is a good time to ask about any spots you are worried about. Your dermatologist can educate you about what to look for, such as any changes in the size, color, borders, or shape of a mole. Typically, a spot that the doctor suspects is cancerous will be biopsied and evaluated by a pathologist, who confirms (or refutes) the dermatologist’s suspicions. If you have a history of skin cancer or numerous moles, it is important to see a dermatologist for regular skin examinations at intervals ranging from three months to annually. For more information on skin cancer warning signs and how to perform a skin self-exam, go to

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Our Family of Brands

With 60+ offices, Anne Arundel Dermatology and Affiliated has assembled the finest group of Dermatologists in the Mid-Atlantic & Southeastern states.
I arrived half hour early sat down I was called back and was out before my original appointment time. Great people, everybody friendly and very helpful.
Mike Z.
Always on time. Friendly service and they take time to listen to your concerns. Clearly explain things to ensure that you understand what has been discussed.
Thomas R.

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