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The Access Partnership (TAP)

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The Access Partnership (“TAP”) of Johns Hopkins Medicine provides access to effective, compassionate, evidence-based primary and specialty care for uninsurable residents of the East Baltimore community surrounding The Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH) and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (JHBMC) with demonstrated financial need.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Uninsurable
  • Enrolled in primary care at a participating primary care clinic at Johns Hopkins or in the Baltimore community
  • Reside within the program's designated geographic area
  • Household income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level

TAP Primary Care Clinics

TAP Primary Care Clinics and TAP Navigators
Johns Hopkins ClinicsBaltimore Community Clinics
East Baltimore Medical Center at BMS (EBMC)
Reina Gonzalez (bilingual)
443-241-9702
1000 E. Eager Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
The Esperanza Center
Wardi Donnelly (bilingual)
443-825-3435
430 S. Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231
Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center (JHOC)
Adult Medicine Clinic

Bria Joyner (bilingual)
410-955-6634
601 N. Caroline Street  7th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21287
Healthcare for the Homeless
Wanda Hopkins
443-703-1148
421 Fallsway Road
Baltimore, MD 21202
JHBMC General Internal Medicine Clinic
Jan Fitzpatrick Aguiar and Dario Rosas (bilingual)
410-550-5511 or 410-550-8847
4940 Eastern Avenue  301 Building
Baltimore, MD 21224
Batlimore Medical Systems
Anna Rodriguez and Jesicca Felder (bilingual)
410-558-4943
Highlandtown: 3700 Fleet Street, Suite 200
JHBMC Children's Medical Practice
Jan Fitzpatrick Aguiar and Dario Rosas (bilingual)
410-550-5511 or 410-550-8847
4940 Eastern Avenue  301 Building
Baltimore, MD 21224
Chase Brexton Health Services
Christina Daly
410-837-2050 ext. 1205
1111 North Charles Street

Contact

For additional information, please contact Kathleen Page at kpage2@jhmi.edu.