At Kaiser Permanente, one of the largest multispecialty medical groups in the country, you’re part of an integrated system of care. This means our doctors, nurses, pharmacies, facilities, and health plan all work together — and with you — to make the right decisions for your health.
With our next generation, all-inclusive Lutherville-Timonium Medical Center now open, you can see not only your primary care physician, but a variety of specialists — from allergy to physical therapy to urology — in one location.
You’ll have access to 24/7 Advanced Urgent Care, lab, and X-ray services and extended pharmacy hours, which are seamlessly linked to your electronic medical record. That means your care is personalized for your specific health needs at every visit.
You’ll also experience customized, 5-star2 care from doctors who are rigorously vetted before joining the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Group. And you’ll appreciate the innovative technology we employ to deliver care, such as multiple telehealth options and remote monitoring.
Lutherville-Timonium Medical Center offers you more care options in Baltimore. It serves members in Baltimore City, northern Baltimore County, and Carroll and Harford counties, as well as commuters who live in Southern Pennsylvania.
Here’s what you’ll find in all of our medical centers:
Advancements in medicine, including access to care, typically result in better health outcomes. And at Kaiser Permanente, we’ve engineered ways for our members to manage their health from wherever it’s most convenient for them.
In the past year, we’ve all seen innovations in health care—like video visits3—become a primary means of accessing care for many people. Yet most providers are new to the virtual game. Kaiser Permanente has been there all along — we’ve offered video visits3 to our members for over 15 years, helping them get care at their convenience and without great impact to their day
Call us for advice when you need it most. We’ll help you find out what care is right for you, schedule appointments, and more.
Fill out a short online questionnaire about your symptoms and get personalized self-care advice from a Kaiser Permanente doctor.
Have a condition that doesn’t require an in-person exam? Schedule a phone appointment with your doctor.
Email your doctor’s ofﬁce anytime with nonurgent questions. You’ll usually get a response within two business days — if not sooner.
1In the survey Best Health Insurance Companies for 2021 by Insure.com, Kaiser Permanente as a national enterprise is rated #1 overall among 15 companies. In the NCQA Commercial Health Plan Ratings 2021, our commercial plan is rated 5 out of 5, the highest rating in MD, VA, and DC. The 2019 Commission on Cancer, a program of the American College of Surgeons, granted Three-Year Accreditation with Commendation to the Kaiser Permanente cancer care program. The Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group is the largest multispecialty medical group in the Washington, DC, and Baltimore areas and exclusively treats Kaiser Permanente members. Permanente doctors are recognized as Top Doctors in Northern Virginia Magazine (2022), Washingtonian magazine (2021), and Baltimore magazine (2021). According to NCQA’s Quality Compass® 2021, we’re rated 5 out of 5 in 29 measures, including: controlling blood pressure (heart disease), blood pressure control (140/90) (diabetes), glucose control, colorectal screening, breast cancer screening, cervical cancer screening, childhood immunizations, prenatal check-ups, and postpartum care. Quality Compass is a registered trademark of the NCQA.
2In the NCQA Commercial Health Plan Ratings 2021, our commercial plan is rated 5 out of 5, the highest rating in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC.
3The physicians who practice at Kaiser Permanente are recognized as Top Doctors in Northern Virginia Magazine (2022), Washingtonian magazine (2021), and Baltimore magazine (2021).
4If you travel out of state, phone appointments and video visits may not be available due to state laws that may prevent doctors and health care providers from providing care across state lines. Laws differ by state.