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    Maryland Primary Ca​re Program

    Information for Patients

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    The Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP) provides resources to your primary care team to better manage and coordinate your care, at no extra cost to you. These enhanced services include:

    • ​Integration of behavioral health needs with primary care

    • A care team led by your doctor

    • Access to links to social services such as transportation, food, housing, and much more

    • More convenient care options, such as telemedicine, group visits, home visits

    • Full-time Care Managers to help smooth transition ​of care, including follow up after hospital admissions

    Most importantly, all of these enhanced services come at ​no additional cost to patients.

    Find an MDPCP Provider:

    Frequently Asked Questions

    A list of frequently asked questions​ (FAQs) about the program.

    ​About the MDPCP

    A snapshot​​ of the MDPCP, now in its third program year.

    Testimonials of how MDPCP can benefit patients:

    Advice for Medicare Beneficiaries

    ​Free, unbiased, local help for people with Medicare is available from the State Health Insurance Program.​