Internal Medicine LLC., our staff strives to provide the highest
quality treatment in a warm and caring environment. We appreciate the
opportunity to provide you with quality health care.
Our physician, Dr. Feinberg earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland, followed by a rigorous internal medicine residency at the
University of Maryland Medical Center. Dr. Feinberg is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and has been in practice since 2003. She has privileges at Howard County General Hospital and follows patients at Lorien Mt. Airy and Lorien Columbia nursing facilities. maryland doctor
Waverly Internal Medicine provides comprehensive and personalized health care to each of our patients. The practice sees adult patients of all ages and provides the following services:
- Health Care For Adults (18 years plus)
- Preventative Medicine
- Well Woman Exams/Pap Smear
- Preoperative Evaluation
- Nursing Home Care
- House Calls
- Wound Care
- Blood work
- Flu Shots
- Smoking Cessation
- Weight Loss Program
Our high tech office is equipped with the latest technology including lectronic medical records and charting, online appointments, and e-prescriptions.
Member of Johns Hopkins Medicine. Howard County General Hospital has
been serving our community for more than 30 years. Our mission,
"Provide the highest quality care to improve the health of our entire
community through innovation,
collaboration, service excellence, diversity and a commitment to patient safety" is carried through in all that we do.
When the Columbia Hospital and Clinics Foundation was founded in 1973, it was conceived as simply a 59-bed, short-stay facility for members of the Columbia Medical Plan. However, in response to the immediate demand for services and rapid rate of growth in the County, the hospital was incorporated the following year as Howard County General Hospital, an independent not-for-profit hospital with a mission to provide high-quality, comprehensive care and, in the process, improve
the health of its community. In 1998, the hospital entered into a strategic partnership with Johns Hopkins Medicine, thereby augmenting the strong,
community-focused, integrated delivery system already in place with the benefits of a formal connection with a world-renowned academic medical center. The alliance with Hopkins has positioned HCGH to pursue new initiatives that will provide improved services, facilities, and medical technology to the residents of Howard County.
Today, Howard County General Hospital: A Member of Johns Hopkins Medicine is a 227-bed comprehensive, acute-care medical center specializing in women`s and children`s services, surgery, cardiology, oncology, orthopedics, gerontology, psychiatry, emergency services, and community health education. Last year, the
hospital had more than 17,000 admissions; performed over 13,000 surgical procedures; delivered over 3,000 babies; and treated more than 74,000 patients in the Emergency Department.