Healthcare for the whole community
We have programs for everyone. Parents, kids, seniors, students, immigrants and anyone else who needs affordable care.
International health screening
We provide care to refugees and immigrants. You don’t need to speak English to meet with a doctor. We can also help you make care more affordable. Learn more about our Refugee Health Screening Program.
School-based health centers
We are a partner in your child’s health. We provide a wide range of services at schools in Baltimore. We do sports physicals, check-ups and health education. We also treat common illnesses. Learn more about our School-based Health Centers.
Healthy babies and healthy moms
We help women before, during and after pregnancy. See our many programs, below.
B’more Fit For Healthy Babies
This program is for women who have a BMI over 25 and a child under the age of 5. To join you must be female. You must be between the ages of 18 and 44. You must live in Baltimore city. And you must receive public assistance (including WIC, SNAP, TCA). Learn more.
This is a free program where we can help moms during pregnancy and after birth. We can help you have a healthy pregnancy and teach you about child development. And we support you in achieving your life goals. Learn more.
Community Breastfeeding Support
Join other breastfeeding moms and learn how to nurse your baby. This program is free. Learn more.
Family Planning/Birth Control
Need help getting pregnant or access to birth control? We can help with all reproductive needs. It does not matter how old you are, if you are male or female or if you are married or single. We can help you. We also provide free or discounted birth control for those who qualify. Learn more about our Family Planning Program.
Colon cancer screening
It is important to get tested for colon cancer. Regular screenings can help us catch the cancer earlier. Some tests can be done in the privacy of your own home. Learn more about Colon Cancer Screening.
Substance use disorder
Have you or a loved one lost control of your life due to alcohol, heroin or other drugs? We can help you get your life back. Learn more about our Substance Use Disorder Program.
Care Connect- Extended Hours
Four out of six of our health centers have extended operating hours to accommodate patients who are sick or do not have flexible schedules. St Agnes, Belair-Edison, Middlesex and Highlandtown are all open until 8 PM Monday through Friday. Avoid the line at the Emergency Room when you have a fever, cough, nausea, and other symptoms and be seen at BMS.
You can schedule an appointment at 443-703-3600. Walk-ins are welcome.
BMS provides individuals and families with counseling through our Behavioral Health Program. Do you suffer from:
- Anxiety and stress
- Anger management
- Coping with grief and loss
- Eating disorders
- Compulsive spending or gambling
- Medication Management
You can make an appointment at our Belair-Edison, St. Agnes, Middlesex or Highlandtown locations by calling 443-703-3600.