|Primary Care Clinic
The Primary Care Clinic provides primary health care for residents of
Harford County and parts of Cecil County who are uninsured and who meet
the designated financial income criteria. University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health (UM UCH) physicians
and nurse practitioners provide preventative health care and management
of general health problems for participants of the program.
The Clinic also provides:
- Limited Diagnostic Tests (Laboratory & X-rays)
- Help with Obtaining Free or Low Cost Medication
- Individual Health
Education & Information
- Help with Referrals to Specialists
Who is Eligible?
Residents in the service areas of University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center (UM UCMC) and
University of Maryland Harford Memorial Hospital (UM HMH) ages 19 and above who meet the income requirement
and meet one of the following insurance criteria:
- Have Primary Adult Care (PAC) - If you need an application, click here.
- Have Medicaid
- Have Medicare and are unable to meet the
- Low income; and
- Homeless (Healthcare for the Homeless
UM UCH Primary Care Clinic follows the
Annual Federal Poverty Guidelines at the 300% level. Proof of eligibility
required annually. If uninsured and meet the financial guidelines for PAC, applicants are required to complete a PAC application.
Interpretive services are available with advance notice.
Clinics are held at various locations throughout the county in the HealthLink Medical Mobile Van or at the HealthLink Wellness Center located at
2027 Pulaski Highway, Suite 206, Havre de Grace, MD 21078.
Application for Primary Care Clinic, click here.
Clinic visits are by appointment
Call 443-643-4222 for more information regarding eligibility criteria,
appointment scheduling or an application.
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