Annapolis Outreach Center at The Stanton Center
The Annapolis Outreach Center is a free medical clinic for our underserved and uninsured community. We offer monthly Pediatric clinics, weekly Mental Health clinics, and provide a free adult dental clinic.
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Who can use the Center’s services?
Residents of Anne Arundel County who have no medical insurance can use the services at the Annapolis Outreach Center. New patients must provide proof of residency for Anne Arundel County. This proof includes, but is not limited to, state issued ID cards, current utility bills or bank statements. We offer a "safetynet of care" to those who do not have health insurance, have limited health coverage, or do not have access to health services for a variety of others reasons. AAMC also offers a Community Health Center that can assist patients who have some insurance coverage or ability to pay on a sliding scale.
How can I make an appointment?
Call the Annapolis Outreach Center at 443-481-3599. If our staff and volunteers are busy and unable to answer the phone, please leave a message and we will call you back. You can also go to the Stanton Center and make an appointment in person.
Who will see me when I go?
A dedicated team of volunteer doctors, nurse practitioners, registered nurses and non-clinical volunteers will work with you at the time of your visit. While services are free of charge, we do not include medications in most cases.
What services are offered?
We offer the following services to our patients:
- Medical Clinic
- Mental Health Clinic
- Dental Clinic
- Diabetes Clinic
- Pediatric Clinic
How is the Annapolis Outreach Center funded?
The center is funded through AAMC and our generous donors. Many local doctors and dentists also volunteer their time and medical expertise to serve patients. To donate to the Annapolis Outreach Center, please call 443-481-4747 or visit the Anne Arundel Medical Center Foundation online.