With the rise of COVID-19 cases in our region, Mary Washington Medical
Group offices are limiting waiting room access for your health and safety.
If you or your child has an appointment, please call the office from your
car before entering the building. Only one support person or parent may
accompany the patient inside. Please note that patients and visitors are
required by law to wear masks in all healthcare facilities, regardless
of vaccination status.
Tompkins-Martin Medical Plaza
1101 Sam Perry Blvd., Suite 305
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Monday–Friday: 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
540.374.3290 to schedule an appointment. See more information at the bottom of this
page. Click or tap the virtual visits button to learn more about telephone
and video visits.
Endocrinology is the branch of medicine relating to the endocrine system,
which controls hormones. Endocrinologists are specially trained physicians
who diagnose gland-related diseases and conditions which can be complex
and have hard-to-spot symptoms.
The endocrinologist's goal is to restore hormonal balance in the body.
Endocrinologists work to ensure that the different systems in the body
communicate well with each other by correcting these hormonal imbalances.
They perform a series of tests to understand the problem, determine the
best treatment and help patients with lifestyle changes, when possible,
that can improve their medical condition.
At Mary Washington Endocrinology, our physicians treat a variety of endocrine
conditions in both outpatient and inpatient hospital settings. We also
provide continuing care by seeing patients in Mary Washington Hospital
and Stafford Hospital, in conjunction with Mary Washington Healthcare’s
Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support Services.
We treat the following conditions:
- • Acromegaly
- • Addison's Disease
- • Adrenal Hyperplasia
- • Conn's Syndrome
- • Cushing's Disease
- • Diabetes
- • Diabetes Insipidus (central)
- • DeQuervain's Thyroiditis
- • Gigantism
- • Grave's Disease
- • Hashimoto's Disease
- • Hyperprolactinemia
- • Hyperthyroidism
- • Hypocalcemia
- • Hypoglycemia
- • Hypopituitarism
- • Hypothyroidism
- • Impotence
- • Osteoporosis
- • Pheochromocytoma
- • Syndrome of Inappropriate ADH Secretion (SIADH)
Patients are seen by appointment Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Please plan to arrive early to allow time for parking*. If you have an urgent problem, please call our office for an appointment
or for authorization to proceed to the emergency room.
Appointments may be scheduled by calling
540.374.3290. After hours and on weekends, please call to speak with our answering
540.374.3290. We will return your call as promptly as possible.
*If this is your first visit, you will need to arrive 30 minutes prior
to your appointment time to complete your new patient paperwork.
If you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment, please call us within
24 hours so that we may accommodate another patient. There is a $40 missed