We are committed to providing high-quality medical care to you and your entire family. Here, you and your family may see one doctor who provides all your care. Over 85 percent of your family's health care needs can be taken care of by your family doctor — the doctor who specializes in you.
Choosing University Family Medicine
Family physicians take a whole-life approach to caring for you and your family. We look at how factors in your life affect your health and well-being and care for people of all ages including newborns, children, adolescents and seniors.
University Family Medicine (UFM) provides preventive services, basic care for common illnesses, and diagnosis and treatment of chronic conditions medical issues. Our physicians and staff help you reach individual health goals or maintain your current health status.
UFM continues the long-standing tradition of quality family care that you have come to expect from University of Maryland medicine.
- University of Maryland Family & Community Medicine at Paca Street
29 S. Paca Street, First Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201
- University of Maryland Faculty Physicians, Inc. at Waterloo Crossing
5890 Waterloo Road
Columbia, MD 21045
- UMaryland Immediate Care
For campus employees and students only – urgent health care needs
408 W. Lombard Street
For Healthcare Professionals
Learn more about the Family Medicine Residency.
For Medicare patients and patients with a health insurance plan regulated by the State of Maryland: There is no out-of-pocket expense. The visit will be submitted to your insurance plan, which will not charge you a deductible, coinsurance, or copay. We accept most major insurance plans, including Medicaid. You can contact your health insurance plan at the number on your identification card to find out whether your plan is regulated by the State of Maryland. Medicare also covers 100% of the cost of COVID-19 testing.
For all other patients: Our cash price for testing is $100.00. However, for self-pay patients, the cost of COVID-19 testing is covered by the federal and/or state government under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and/or state orders. To the extent that these laws and orders continue to cover the costs of testing, we will not bill self-pay patients directly.