Myla Carpenter, MD
Medical Director, Charlestown
|New Carroll [Building 4] – Ground Floor|
|Hours: Mon – Fri 8 AM – 5 PM|
|Phone: 410-247-5602; During non-business hours, your call will be forwarded to the doctor on call.|
|Specialists: Contact Medical Center|
|Fountain Hill [Building 1] – Across from the Pharmacy, where there are examining rooms for visiting specialists|
|Dermatology – 1-877-345-5300, by appointment only; Danielle LeClair Senate, CRNP|
|Contact the Medical Center for a list of additional specialists.|
|Hours: By appointment|
|Podiatry – Need physician referral|
|Maple Terrace [Building 2] – 4th Floor|
|Ophthalmology – 410-644-9515 for Thu. ’til Noon
Optician – 410-644-2123 for Thu. 9 – 11 AM
|Harborview – 1st Floor|
|Audiology – Arranged through Med Center; Tue. 8 AM – Noon; Fri. 8:30 AM – 3 PM|
Note: All schedules may change based on weather, provider vacations or unforeseen issues.
CarePath is a supplemental program designed for residents who still see a primary care physician outside of the Medical Center. It enables one to establish a medical record here on-site and enjoy all the benefits of Erickson Health.
This is a good option if you have a relationship with a local doctor whom you wish to continue to see. Residents find it especially helpful when they have a need that can’t wait for an appointment with their off-campus doctor. To enroll in the program, come for one visit to the Medical Center to provide the necessary information so that the staff can get your medical records set up in the electronic medical record.
This is how you will benefit from the CarePath visit:
- When you can’t get to you own physician, CarePath’s records help us provide primary care service to you.
- Urgent medical services are more effectively provided on campus when you have established a record in the Medical Center.
- A visit to the Medical Center in the CarePath program ensures an accurate, up-to-date computerized medical record.
- CarePath visits will be billed for you to your insurance carrier.
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