Patient Advocacy & Beyond, LLC



~Accepting New Clients
~ Area(s) Served: In-Person services – The Greater Baltimore Area, Howard County, Montgomery County, Anne Arundel Country, and District of Columbia.
Virtual Services – Nationwide.
~ Provides Telehealth Services


About My Services:

  • Type(s) of Advocacy: Administrative, Cancer, End of Life, Health Care Proxy, Health Insurance, Health Management, Medical / Navigational, Medical Billing & Claims, Mental / Behavioral Health, Older Adult Services
  • Years of Experience: 6 years


With extensive clinical experience as a Registered Nurse, as well as a background in communication, information management, and research, I improve the safety, outcome, and experience of health care that you receive.

The most common situations I help my clients with:

  • Supporting your (or your loved one’s) health care management and getting better outcomes.
  • Helping you avoid preventable medical emergencies.
  • Collecting and organizing medical records.
  • Clarifying your care plan and medication regimen.
  • Supporting new diagnosis and treatment options.
  • Finding better providers/facilities and getting appointments.
  • Setting up a second or third expert opinion.
  • Guiding you make the best decision for YOU.
  • Helping you prepare for and recovering from surgeries.
  • Facilitating for the best quality care possible in a hospital, rehabilitation facility, or nursing home setting.
  • Making sure you receive all the benefits you’re entitled to.



Education, Training & Experience:



  • MS in Nursing Informatics – University of Maryland
  • BSN in Nursing – Pennsylvania State University
  • MA in Speech Communication – Johns Hopkins University


Licensed Professional: Yes

  • License Type: Registered Nurse
    • License #: R174670 Maryland, RN95218337 California


Board Certified Patient Advocate: Yes


Additional Education & Training: 

To best serve my clients, I apply these core principles in my practice. Each component works synergistically with the others, and the focus shifts as the situation and your needs change.

1. Compassionate Advocacy

• Understanding Your Unique Priorities
• Easing Your Pain, Fear and Exhaustion with the Support You Need
• Fighting for Your Rights and Best Interests with Vigilance

2. Informed Decisions

• Clarifying Your Situation and Organizing Your Information
• Verifying Evidence and Researching Your Options
• Guiding Your Best Decisions

3. Effective Communication and Coordination

• Explaining Unfamiliar Language and Concepts
• Helping You Communicate Your Needs to Providers
• Coordinating with Providers and Optimizing Care


Kayoko 'Ky' Corbet | Patient Advocacy & Beyond, LLC | Ellicott City, MD 21043
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