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After-Hours Care and Emergencies

UHS is closed and I need medical care. What should I do?

For non-urgent problems, please call us during regular hours and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Urgent Primary Care

For any urgent primary care medical concerns, after hours or on the weekend, please call the Johns Hopkins Hospital page operator at (410) 955-4331 and request the on-call physician for UHS

Urgent Mental Health Concerns

For any urgent mental health concerns after hours or on the weekend, call (410) 955-1892 and press ‘0’ (which will connect you to the Johns Hopkins Hospital page operator) and request the on-call mental health provider for UHS.  In the case of an emergency, dial 911 or go to nearest Emergency Room immediately.

Locate Urgent Care Clinic or Emergency Room

If you need care when the clinic is closed, you have two main choices, depending on the severity of your concern.

1. Go to an urgent care clinic

See below for several urgent care clinics located close to Johns Hopkins East Baltimore Campus.

Priority Care Clinic (2.5 miles)
3500 Boston St.
Baltimore, MD 21224
(410) 522-0001

Hours: Monday-Friday 7 am-9 pm, Saturday and Sunday 9 am-5 pm
Patient First Urgent Care Bayview (3 miles)
5100 Eastern Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21224
(410) 814-4500

Hours: 8 am - 10 pm, 7 days a week.
Patient First Urgent Care Greenspring (11 miles)
10755 Falls Road
Lutherville, MD 21093
(410) 583-2777

Hours: 8 am- 10 pm, 7 days per week

2. Go to an emergency department of your choice

If you are not sure if you should go to the emergency room, call the Johns Hopkins Hospital page operator at (410) 955-4331 and request the on-call physician for UHS.

Where is the nearest emergency department if I have a medical emergency?

Below is a list of the nearest hospital emergency departments, and their phone numbers, in the Baltimore area. By law in Maryland, ambulances must transport to the nearest emergency department.

If you go to an urgent care center or emergency department, please remember to bring your insurance card. Also, make sure that you understand the diagnosis you are given and whether or not you need follow-up care.