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Dr. Daniel Marchalik, MD

Urology* Age 38
Dr. Daniel Marchalik, MD
2.1 (7 Ratings)

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Dr. Daniel Marchalik, MD

Urology* Age 38
Washington, DC
Accepting new patients

Offers telehealth



Dr. Daniel Marchalik, MD works in Washington, DC as an Urology Specialist.
They are board certified in Urology. Dr. Marchalik has has worked on more claims relating to Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), Hydrocele and Ureteral Stricture or Kinking than other providers in the area. At present, Dr. Marchalik has received an average rating of 2.1 from patients and has been reviewed 7 times. They are affiliated with Medstar Washington Hospital Center. Their office accepts new patients and has telehealth appointments. Dr. Marchalik practices at MedStar Health: Urology at Lafayette Centre in Washington, DC.

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  1. 1 MedStar Health: Urology at Lafayette Centre
    1133 21st St NW Bldg 2, Washington, DC 20036
  2. 2 MedStar Health: Urology at MedStar Washington Hospital Center
    106 Irving St NW Ste 315, Washington, DC 20010

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Feb 23, 2024
I had a kidney stone that was scheduled for removal by another doctor in a few months. The stone moved to a place where it was causing a blockage. That made me nauseous and I was throwing up. My doctor was unable to move up my procedure. To make matters worse, I was scheduled to travel abroad shortly afterward and I couldn't imagine being overseas being this nauseous!Nearly out of options, a doctor friend referred me to Dr. Marchalik. He made room in his tight schedule and met with me. He was confident and a bit intense but listened to everything carefully before telling me his opinion. I think his confidence can be off-putting to some but I want a confident doctor so I was fine with it. He scheduled a procedure shortly afterward which solved my issue. I was able to travel abroad a few days later. His procedure was tubeless which, if you have had a kidney stone removed before, makes things way easier for the patient.
Chris M — Feb 23, 2024
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Dr. Marchalik accepts Aetna, Anthem and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield as well as many others.

Dr. Marchalik frequently sees patients for Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), Hydrocele and Ureteral Stricture or Kinking .

Dr. Marchalik has a star rating of 2.1/5 and has been reviewed 7 times.

Dr. Marchalik is board certified in Urology.

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