The Med-Peds clinic at East Baltimore Medical Center, a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH), is the centerpiece of each resident’s outpatient experience. EBMC, located in one of the most underserved and disadvantaged communities in the city, houses a thriving pediatric, obstetrics-gynecology, and internal medicine clinic as well. EBMC is the epicenter for Johns Hopkins’ new health zone community outreach program, The Access Program (TAP). TAP allows our primary care patients to effectively access specialty care at Hopkins. Our residents treat patient care as a collaborative effort. The clinic strives to provide high levels of access, communication, care coordination and integration, care quality, and safety to maximize health outcomes. Residents also receive training at Health Care for the Homeless, a federally qualified healthcare center. MP faculty (Drs. Stewart, Smith, Hall, and Kottoor) serve as the clinic preceptors.
East Baltimore Medical Center served over 20,000 people in 2011.
EBMC Patient Population by Age for 2011
|Under age 1||292||226||518|
|Ages 1- 4||1,027||960||1, 987|
|Ages 5 -12||1,627||1,647||3,274|
|Ages 13 -14||344||382||726|
|Ages 15 - 19||802||1,195||1,997|
|Ages 20 - 24||448||1,248||1,696|
|Ages 25 - 44||1,239||3,347||4,586|
|Ages 45 - 64||1,553||2,638||4,191|
|Ages 65 - 74||329||540||869|
|Ages 75 - 84||96||241||337|
|Ages 85 and over||22||85||107|
|Total Users||7,779||12, 509||20, 288|
Primary Insurance of EBMC Patients in 2011