New Patient Information

We welcome you to Bay Hematology Oncology. We serve Easton and Centreville, Maryland and surrounding Talbot, Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne, Dorchester and Wicomico counties as an outpatient treatment clinic for patients diagnosed with cancer and blood disorders. Our Board-certified providers are committed to providing quality, evidence-based medical oncology and hematology care.

Our providers and staff offer a full range of exceptional medical oncology and hematology services and deliver care that is of the highest quality and customized for the needs of each patient.

New Patient Appointments

Our services are available to all who seek them. You may become our patient through a physician’s referral or transfer. We welcome the opportunity to provide second opinions because an initial diagnosis can be stressful and we strive to keep waiting times for appointments to a minimum. Be assured that our providers will do their very best to help you. For new patient appointments, please consult your primary care provider or specialty provider for a referral or call (410) 820-5945 for the Easton office and (410) 758-4030 for the Centreville office.

New Patient Documents

New Patient Documents (Spanish)

Release of Patient-Identifiable Health Information

Financial Policies Agreement

Financial Policies Agreement (Spanish)

Notice of Privacy Practices

What to Expect During Your First Visit

To better serve you during your visit, we ask that you bring a list of your medications, prior illnesses, previous surgeries and current allergies. Always bring your insurance card, and let us know whenever you change your address, telephone number, employment, marital status or insurance. We accept most major insurance plans.

During your initial office visit, you will have the opportunity for an open conversation with your physician. You will learn about your treatment options, what is involved with each, any potential side effects and how our team will guide and support you. If you can, bring someone with you such as a family member or friend to be another set of ears in the room. In addition to providing emotional support, they can help you remember what the physician says, take notes for you and remind you of key questions that you want to ask.