Full-service urgent care and on-site Covid-19 tests & vaccines; New clinic open daily from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON D.C. – Travelers at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport have access to an on-site clinic for their medical needs. FirstCall Medical Center offers a full range of services – emergency care, first aid, Covid-19 vaccines and PCR and rapid antigen tests, travel vaccines, and more at its new location in the main terminal, near Concourse C. The clinic is open daily from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
"We welcome FirstCall Medical Center's dedicated providers to our program at BWI Marshall. Thanks to Dr. Ron Elfenbein and his staff, passengers, employees, and visitors can receive quality medical care and testing services right in the airport," said Gary Gilliard, vice president of Fraport Maryland. "With this addition, we are working full stop to meet the needs of domestic and international travelers and the airport community."
“Our highest priority remains the health and safety of our customers and employees,” said Ricky Smith, Executive Director of BWI Marshall Airport. “We are excited that FirstCall Medical Center will offer convenient, accessible health care and on-site testing for the traveling public and the airport community.”
Patients can make appointments and complete paperwork in advance for ease in self-check-in and treatment by scanning a QR code or visiting qrco.de/bcE2K4. Walk-ins are also welcome. FirstCall Medical Center accepts most major insurance plans and offers self-pay options for all services.
"As Medical Director of FirstCall Medical Center, I am pleased to bring a full-service urgent care center to BWI Marshall Airport," said Ron Elfenbein, MD. "We have multiple sites in Anne Arundel, Howard, and Prince George's Counties and are very excited to be joining the BWI family. We are committed to providing high-quality medical care and serving the airport community."
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