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Adolescent Medicine

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Adolescent Medicine focuses on the care of patients ages eleven to twenty-five and provides primary care and specialty health care services primarily through the Harriet Lane Clinic at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.  The clinic serves the East Baltimore community and care for approximately 7,500 children and adolescents with over 25,000 visits per year. The Adolescent Medicine clinic serves as a training ground for medical students, pediatric residents and Adolescent Medicine fellows.

Services Offered

  • General primary care including check-ups and immunizations
  • Assessment and treatment of behavioral and developmental problems
  • Gynecologic services including family planning, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment
  • Treatment and referral for substance abuse
  • Parenting information and outreach programs
  • Transition of care

Special Programs

  • Y2Connect, an online guide and app that connects young people in Baltimore with resources for birth control, health insurance, HIV and STD testing, job readiness, mental health, LGBTQ issues and more
  • The PrEP Program at the Harriet Lane Clinic  specializes in providing sexual health and PrEP services to HIV-negative teens and young adults
  • Weight management and nutritional programs for adolescents
  • Intensive pediatric clinic for children and adolescents with or affected by HIV infection

Contact:

Kathy Tomaszewski, Adolescent Medicine Nurse Manager
Adolescent Medicine
Phone: 443-287-8887
David M. Rubenstein Child Health Building
200 N Wolfe St, Baltimore, MD 21287

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