Patient Rights

As A Patient You Have The Right To:

                → High quality patient care

                    Medical treatment regardless of your age (over 18), sex, race, religion, disability or national origin

                    Respectful consideration of your psychosocial spiritual, and cultural values, needs and preferences

                    A clean and save environment

                    Protection of your privacy

                    Involvement in your care

                    Refuse treatment to the extent permitted by law and to be informed of the consequences of your refusal

                    An explanation of treatments and procedures you are receiving

                    Help when leaving the facility

                    Access to all information contained in your medical record, provided upon your written request

                    Help with your billing claim

                    Receive information regarding methods of expressing suggestions or grievances to the organization

Patient Responsibilities

As A Patient You Are Required To:                   

                    Provide complete and accurate information about your health, medication, including over the counter products

                    Follow the treatment plan prescribed by your doctor

                    Provide a responsible adult to transport you home from this center

                    Accept personal financial responsibility for any charges not covered by insurance

                    Be respectful of all healthcare providers, staff, and other patients


Anne Arundel Digestive Center Ownership Disclosure:

Richard Baum, M.D.  NPI 1104888254

Gelsimo Cruz, M.D. NPI 1265509277

David Fishbein, M.D. NPI 129573523

George Kurian, M.D. NPI 1285663070

Alif Manajwala, M.D. NPI 1679681902

Jose Nepomuceno, M.D. NPI 1659325363   

Robin Ulanow, M.D. NPI 1841302528

Anne Arundel Digestive Center Hours of Operation

AADC is opent Monday through Friday from 7:00AM to 3:30PM.  If you are unable to keep your appointment for your procedure, please contact your doctor's office.  If unable to contact them call us at    410-766-1012

Advance Directives

AADC must inform you that advanced directives and DNR are not at the center, and will use all measures possible to sustain life.


AADC is not an emergency treatment facility.  In case of emergency, please contact your physician or go directly to the closest hospital's emergency room.  The hospital staff can determine the extent of your problems and contact us.  Some problems that require emergency attention include vomiting blood or passing blood from the rectum, black stools, severe abdominal pain, severe dizziness, weakness or loss of consiousness.