Two-year-old Cruz Mu had many asthma attacks. He was in the hospital a lot. His mother brought him to Baltimore Medical System to get care in their native language — Burmese.
New to the United States, Lein Tran came visited BMS for an ear infection and found a strong, supportive relationship to help her through surviving breast cancer.
Sara is a two time cancer survivor thanks to preventative screening encouraged by BMS along with team-based health care that has her chronic diseases maintained.
At the young age of 42, Anna Coates had three heart attacks. To get well, she needed a team of doctors near her house who could see her regularly.
Isabella Johnson had high blood pressure. But her doctors weren’t helping. She was always seen by a different doctor at each visit.
Scarlett Watson has been a Baltimore Medical System patient for 30 years. Ever since her first visit she has loved the care we provide.
We make it easy to pick up your prescriptions. Our pharmacies are in the same buildings as our centers.
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