Mercy Medical Center - Baltimore, Maryland

Meet Our Doctors

Medical Oncology at Mercy - Baltimore
Sandy Kotiah, M.D.

A 2019 TOP DOC
Dr. Sandy Kotiah serves as the Director of The Neuroendocrine Tumor Center at Mercy and leads a multidisciplinary team of doctors focused on providing some of the best treatment options for rare neuroendocrine diseases.

Specialty: Medical Oncology and Hematology

Spotlight On Mercy

The Maryland Bariatric Center at Mercy - Baltimore, MD
Bariatric Center

The Maryland Bariatric Center at Mercy offers patients life-changing surgery to improve their weight management and restore them to a more active, healthier lifestyle. 

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Orthopedics and Joint Replacement at Mercy - Baltimore, MD
Treating ACL Tears

Mercy orthopedics and sports medicine Dr. Jessalynn Adam discusses the treatment of ACL tears in women.

What's Happening at Mercy

Mercy Personal Physicians at Columbia - Columbia, MD
Mercy's Network of Primary/Specialty Care Sites Continues to Grow with Mercy Personal Physicians in Columbia

Providing primary care and award-winning specialty care to the Howard County region, Mercy Personal Physicians at Columbia includes main offices at 6011 University Boulevard, off of Route 100 and Snowden River Parkway, with an additional location at 10700 Charter Drive, in the heart of Columbia.

The Institute for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction at Mercy - Baltimore, MD
Total Ankle Replacement Can Be Life Changing

If you know anyone who suffers from chronic pain, you know it can affect just about every aspect of their life, but ankle replacement surgery turned things around for a woman determined to keep moving.

The Lung Center at Mercy - Baltimore, MD
Rise of COPD in Women

More than 7 million American women live with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and research shows more women are being diagnosed with and dying of COPD in recent years.

The Breast Center at Mercy - Baltimore, MD
Breast Cancer Diagnosis: Now What?

If you heard the words, "You have breast cancer," what would you do? That diagnosis can be very scary, with lots of feelings and information to sort through.