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At University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus, we know that your primary care doctor or nurse practitioner is your partner for better health. They care for you over the long term, know your health history and understand your needs.

The primary care providers at UM Midtown Health Center work together with you to not just treat occasional or ongoing health concerns but to also prevent future illnesses.

Find Your Primary Care Partner

Primary Care That Listens

Not only do we listen carefully to our patients about their health concerns, we have heard what you need from us. 

  • We understand that getting an appointment when you need one is important to you. That's why we offer same-day sick appointments for current patients and online scheduling for new patient appointments.

  • We know that getting to the office is not always easy. That's why we are available for telehealth visits for many issues.
  • We understand that taking care of your health may take a team of professionals. That's why, when a specialist's care is needed, we try to coordinate those appointments often in the same building and sometimes on the same day.
  • We know that keeping up with what's best for your health is not easy. That's why in addition to our in-person visits we have a range of health screenings and educational opportunities.

Our Services

UM Midtown Health Center Primary Care Team provides a complete range of primary care services for adults, including:

  • Preventive care, such as checkups, flu shots and other immunizations
  • Care for minor illnesses and injuries
  • Health screenings (including those for cervical, breast and colon cancers, and cholesterol and hypertension)
  • Ongoing management of chronic health issues, such as heart disease and asthma

UM Midtown Health Center physicians are the first point of contact for all of your health issues and concerns, and we take pride in our ability to provide high-quality, compassionate care. We see adults ages 18 and older. If you are looking for a doctor for your child, learn more about Pediatrics at Midtown.

Connecting You With the Resources You Need

  • Free Health Screenings  - The Community Health Education Center — also located in the Midtown Outpatient Tower — will check your blood pressure and cholesterol, test for HIV, hepatitis and pregnancy and let you know your risk for stroke and diabetes. Walk-ins are welcome.
  • Diabetes Prevention Program - This program is a lifestyle change and prevention program to help reduce your risk and take charge of your health. It is proven to help people with prediabetes prevent or delay development of Type 2 diabetes.
  • Educational Resources - Our Live Greater podcasts and our publication Maryland's Health Matters provide not only valuable information about health conditions, they inspire and encourage you to live your healthiest life. And our classes and wellness programs show you how to take action. 

The time to find a primary care provider is before you need one. Getting regular check-ups and screenings can help you avoid problems that could send you to the emergency room. Learn more about when to go to the ER versus your primary care provider.