HealthLink Community Outreach at UM Upper Chesapeake Health
HealthLink Community Outreach at UM Upper Chesapeake Health - Bel Air Low Cost Clinic
520 Upper Chesapeake Dr
Bel Air MD, 21014
Contact Phone:(443) 643-1000
Clinic Details:At University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health (UM UCH) we strive to provide the best health care services to the communities we serve. We aim to strengthen communities through promoting health and wellness with our outreach program, HealthLink Community Outreach at UM Upper Chesapeake Health. HealthLink is dedicated to promoting health and wellness outside of the hospital and to increasing the quality of life in our local communities. Focusing on prevention and improving health outcomes, our team of professionals provides an expansive variety of health education, screenings, lifestyle management classes and information on referrals and local resources.
Details: If you think you might be pregnant and were not planning to be, then you need reliable information about pregnancy, abortion and your options. You also need a safe place to obtain and process that information. Care Net is that safe place. We have staff and volunteers trained and ready to meet with you and respond to your questions and concerns. We can confirm if you are pregnant and give you information on your options to enable you to make an informed decision. As you make choices for your future we are here to help and support you in a way that is free from pressure or judgment. Have you ever thought about your risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection (STI)? Most people don’t realize that they can be infected, but have no symptoms. Our medical professionals will assess your individual risk, test you for the majority of the most common STIs, and educate you about sexual health and wholeness. All of our services are free and confidential. Services are provided to all regardless of income, race, religion or sexual orientation.
Details: The PAVHC was established in 2003, aims to provide basic health care and related services for uninsured low-income people in Montgomery County. The Asian population accounts for 14.7% of the population in Montgomery County, many of which are low-income residents without insurance. Although the government and community groups provide many health and community services, many people are unable to access these services due to language and cultural barriers. The Pan-Asian Clinic is open to all Montgomery County residents, especially Asian residents with language difficulties.
Details: In Fall of 2011, the Arundel House of Hope opened the first free standing (not hospital affiliated) completely free medical clinic in Anne Arundel County. The clinic will offer services to the County’s uninsured through voluntary partnerships with doctors from Baltimore Washington Medical Center and other volunteer physicians from the community. The goal of the clinic is to provide free, comprehensive medical care to those in the most need.
Details: Health Partners is a non-profit organization dedicated to delivering quality healthcare in a respectful and compassionate environment to the citizens of Charles County and the surrounding area who are economically disadvantaged by utilizing the skills and resources of the community.
Details: Patients who come to the health center in Silver Spring receive care from skilled clinicians who provide primary medical care, follow-up care for emergency room and hospital visits, physical exams, chronic disease management, and more to adults who are uninsured or enrolled in Medicaid. Staff members speak English, French and Spanish, and interpretation in other languages is available.
Details: Mercy Health Clinic is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian, community based primary health care provider serving medically underserved, low-income residents of Montgomery County, Maryland. The Clinic, with more than 150 dedicated volunteers, is committed to continually seek ways to improve and expand the quality primary medical care, educational support and pharmaceuticals it provides free of charge to people who might otherwise not receive health care. Mercy Health Clinic relies on support from individuals, corporations, foundations, community service organizations and religious groups who generously donate their time, talent and resources to the Clinic and the patients it serves.