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For parents, keeping kids healthy is always a top priority. At University of Maryland Pediatrics at Midtown, it's our top priority too. That's why our pediatricians work in partnership with parents to provide family-centered, pediatric care to our smallest patients.

Our pediatric team provides comprehensive primary care as well as access to specialty care, when needed, to children from birth to age 21. From routine physicals to minor injuries, we are equipped to handle your child’s health needs. Our services include:

  • Preventive health care (check-ups and vaccinations)
  • School and sports physicals
  • Treatment for acute illnesses
  • Management of chronic conditions, such as asthma
  • School and behavioral issues, including ADHD and learning and developmental disabilities
  • Minor injuries
  • Social work services
  • Basic gynecological care for adolescent patients
  • Baby-care information and advice, including breastfeeding support

Make an Appointment

Because we know that kids don't always get sick at predictable times, we offer our families same-day sick in office appointments or telemedicine appointments.

To make an appointment at UM Pediatrics at Midtown, please call 410-225-8780. Learn more about location and office hours for UM Pediatrics.

Primary Care Pediatric Services

UM Pediatrics at Midtown offers a complete range of pediatric primary care, including:

Well Child Appointments

Regular checkups are essential to keeping your child healthy. Pediatric health and developmental screenings can help detect issues before they become problems or allow for early treatments.


Flu shots and other immunizations are an important part of the preventative care we offer at UM Pediatrics at Midtown. We follow the routine and catch-up vaccination schedules set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It is recommended that children ages 6 months and older receive the flu vaccine yearly. Learn more about vaccines for kids.

Sick Visits

Our doctors treat common childhood illnesses and injuries such as the flu, rashes, constipation and many others. In addition to sick visits we also have a nurse available during business hours to answer questions and a physician available by telephone after hours.

Management of Medical Conditions

As part of the University of Maryland, our faculty physicians work closely with a range of pediatric specialists to diagnose and treat complex or chronic medical conditions, including sickle cell disease, diabetes, celiac disease and many others.

Breastfeeding Support

To help you ensure that your baby is getting all the nutrition he or she needs, we have a lactation consultant available for appointments.