Prospective residents can rest assured that they’ll have access to a high standard of healthcare in Baltimore. The city is home to both the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital and the University of Maryland hospital, the latter boasting one of the country’s top shock trauma centres. Pharmacies are readily available throughout Baltimore with many being open 24/7.
The cost of healthcare in Baltimore is high, so those moving to the city should ensure that they are well covered by comprehensive private health insurance.
Here is a list of the major hospitals in Baltimore.
Hospitals in Baltimore
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Address: 1800 Orleans St, Baltimore
University of Maryland Medical Center
Address: 22 S Greene St, Baltimore
University of Maryland St. Josephs Medical Center
Address: 7601 Osler Drive, Towson
Greater Baltimore Medical Center
Address: 6701 N Charles St, Towson
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Expat Health Insurance
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