The Baltimore City Cancer Program at UniversityCare aims to eradicate cancer deaths through detection, diagnosis and treatment. We offer free breast, cervical and oral cancer screenings to the uninsured in Baltimore City.
As of June 2009, we've performed 22,523 free screenings thanks to Cigarette Restitution Fund monies. These screenings have identified 88 patients with cancer. The specific cancer screening totals are:
Below is information about upcoming cancer screenings. Check this page often, as this information is updated regularly.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Screenings
Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
All UniversityCare Health Centers
4538 Edmondson Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21229
The three UniversityCare Family Health Centers, located throughout West Baltimore, are offering free breast and cervical cancer screenings Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. as part of the Baltimore City Cancer Program, an early-detection effort for uninsured, low-income city residents.
For more information or to schedule screening appointments (based on eligibility), call 410-328-HOPE (4673).
The three UniversityCare Family Health Centers, which are located throughout West Baltimore, are a part of University of Maryland Medicine and a participant in the Baltimore City Cancer Program. UniversityCare provides high-quality medical services for the entire family. Over the years, UniversityCare has established strong relationships with a number of community organizations such as schools, churches and local businesses. UniversityCare offers a variety of helpful services to these groups, including cancer and other health screenings, fairs and lectures, and partners with neighborhood schools to provide honor roll breakfasts and parent-teacher workshops. For more information, see the UniversityCare Web site.