UM Immediate Care

Phone: 667-214-1899 667-214-1899

408 W. Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
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Immediate Care - Employees and Students Only

At UMaryland Immediate Care, students and staff can receive expert treatment from physicians and nurse practitioners for the full spectrum of urgent care needs, including sprains and breaks, flu symptoms, rash, fever and sinus infections, as well as worker's comp cases.

Same day appointments are available. In response to COVID safety measures, we have limited walk-in availability. We ask that you call ahead and schedule your same day/next day appointment. Please bring your student/work ID and your insurance card. UMaryland Immediate Care is open Monday - Friday, 7 am to 5 pm. We accept insurance and out-of-pocket payment.

Primary Sports Medicine - All Patients

Our physicians are specialty trained and certified in both family medicine and sports medicine to ensure the full spectrum of care. We treat patients of all ages for their sports-related injuries, from toddlers to older adults.


  • Bracing and splints
  • Concussion management
  • Evaluation and care of fractures, sprains, strains and pain
  • Imaging services (X-ray)
  • Injury prevention
  • Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment
  • Soft tissue care
  • Ultrasound-guided injections

Learn more about primary care sports medicine.

Insurance Information

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.