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About Baltimore Medical System

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The largest Federally Qualified Health Center in Maryland

Baltimore Medical System serves nearly 55,000 patients in Greater Baltimore, primarily in low-income, underserved areas.

Baltimore Medical System is a community-based, independent non-profit. The level of care we provide goes far beyond what you’d expect from a general practitioner. Every patient and every family has access to an entire team of healthcare providers, mental health counselors and Health Benefits Advisors. Along with that care, we offer programs and education that can help everyone be healthier in every aspect of their lives.


We are deeply committed to improving health, wellness and the quality of life in the communities we serve by providing safe, high quality, accessible and affordable healthcare.


In the communities we serve, Baltimore Medical System will be the provider of choice for our patients, employer of choice for our committed staff, and partner of choice for public and private initiatives.


Our values will be demonstrated by our teamwork, honesty, reliability, productivity and commitment to a diverse staff. Delivery of services is based on the values of compassion, confidentiality, continuous quality improvement and responsible use of available resources.

How We Help Our Patients


Baltimore Medical System is the largest Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) system in Maryland. FQHCs must meet government standards for quality of care and provide a defined range of basic health services. Read more about FQHCs. Baltimore Medical System is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n). We are an FTCA deemed facility. Health centers provide high quality preventive and primary healthcare to patients regardless of their ability to pay. Approximately 1 in 14 people in the U.S. relies on a HRSA-funded health center for medical care. Health center quality of care equals and often surpasses that provided by other primary care providers. Overall, health centers emphasize coordinated primary and preventive services or a “medical home” that promotes reductions in health disparities for low‐income individuals, racial and ethnic minorities, rural communities and other underserved populations.

Find Resources In Your Community

Our Health Center Locations

  • Belair-Edison

    3120 Erdman Avenue
    Baltimore, Maryland 21213
    (410) 558-4800
    Fax: (410) 276-4067

  • East Baltimore Medical Center

    1000 E. Eager Street
    Baltimore, MD 21202
    (410) 522-9800

  • Highlandtown

    3700 Fleet Street, Ste. 200
    Baltimore, Maryland 21224
    (410) 558-4900
    Fax: (410) 522-1475

  • Middlesex

    1245 Eastern Boulevard
    Baltimore, Maryland 21221
    (410) 558-4700
    Fax: (410) 675-8947

  • Pine Heights

    1001 Pine Heights Avenue, Suite 100
    Baltimore, Maryland 21229
    Fax: 443-703-3207

  • Saint Agnes

    900 S. Caton Avenue
    Baltimore, Maryland 21229
    Parking Lot B
    (443) 703-3200
    Fax: 443-703-3207

  • AbsoluteCare Inc.

    1040 Park Ave Ste 200
    Baltimore, Maryland 21201



  • AbsoluteCARE of MD2, LLC

    7501 Greenway Center Dr Ste 600
    Greenbelt, Maryland 20770