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First Call Medical Center to open urgent care site at BWI

First Call Medical Center to open urgent care site at BWI

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First Call Medical Center officials are introducing a full-service urgent care center with COVID-19 medical services for employees, passengers and visitors at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.

The center will provide emergency care, first aid, COVID-19 vaccinations, PCR and rapid antigen testing, vaccines, and more at its new clinic in the main terminal in the pre-security AREA near Concourse C. The center will be open daily from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. to the public daily beginning Thursday.

First Call Medical Center operates multiple sites in Anne Arundel, Howard and Prince George’s counties. Walk-ins are welcome, and most major insurance plans are accepted.

Ricky Smith, executive director and CEO of BWI, was expected to attend an open house Tuesday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Speakers were expected to include Michael R. Mullaney of Fraport USA; Gary H. Gilliard, vice president of Fraport Maryland; Dr. Ron Elfenbein, medical director at First Call Medical Center; and Shannon Battle, a clinic manager of First Call Medical Center.

Fraport USA is the developer and manager of the retail, food, and beverage programs at BWI and other major airports nationwide. A leading airport concessions model in North America, Fraport USA’s projects rank among the highest for passenger spending and consistently receive accolades for innovation and customer service.

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