Grace Medical Center

Grace Medical Center

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About Grace Medical Center

LifeBridge Health Welcomes Grace Medical Center

Grace Medical Center (formerly Bon Secours Baltimore Hospital) is committed to the mission of caring for people in our communities. Grace Medical Center allows LifeBridge Health to advance healthcare services and community resources in West Baltimore, thereby creating more opportunities for our patients and neighbors. We are dedicated to enhancing the care LifeBridge Health provides to the residents of West Baltimore.

Transition Plan for Grace Medical Center

For more than 100 years, the Congregation of the Sisters of Bon Secours has been offering “Good Help to Those in Need” in the West Baltimore community. In 1919, the Sisters established a hospital in Baltimore to provide greater care for the local community.

The services provided by the hospital expanded over the years and, by 2018, Bon Secours Hospital Baltimore (now Grace Medical Center) had become a 69-bed facility. In March 2022, Grace Medical Center transitioned from a hospital to a freestanding medical facility (FMF), providing emergency care, general surgery, outpatient behavioral health services and outpatient dialysis, as well as outpatient primary and secondary care clinics including endocrinology, cardiology, neurology, orthopedics, podiatry and ophthalmology.

Renovations at Grace Medical Center

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Patient and Visitor Information

Welcome to the Grace Medical Center. Our mission is to provide good help to all those in need; part of that mission is to ensure, to the best of our abilities, that you and your family experience exceptional, responsive, compassionate care during your stay.  We are committed to promoting an environment where patients feel respected, safe, and well informed, and where visitors feel welcome.

If you wish to speak with someone regarding your experience of care or any other concern that you may have during or after your stay, please contact our Patient Advocacy Office:

Grace Medical Center
2000 W. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21223

If we have fallen short of your expectations in any way, we value the opportunity to investigate and respond to your concern, and hope to restore your faith in us. Formal complaints can be documented and sent to the appropriate authority by printing out and completing our Patient Feedback Form

You may also contact either of the following external agencies with your concerns:

-  Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Health Care Quality with your concerns:  1-877-402-8218.

-  The Joint Commission Complaint Hotline:  1-800-994-6610.

If your complaint involves an alleged privacy breach of your personal health information, you may contact our Privacy Officer at 410-442-3384 or call the Grace Medical CenterValues Line at 1-800-880-1286.

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Need Help Paying Your Bill?

Thank you for choosing Grace Medical Center as your healthcare provider. Our Patient Financial Services Department is available to assist patients who do not carry medical insurance (uninsured) or face significant co-payment, coinsurance and/or deductible charges, which may be challenging to manage due to personal hardship or financial distress. Depending on the specific financial situation, a patient may be eligible to receive Maryland Medical Assistance (Medicaid), Financial Assistance or take advantage of extended payment plans.

You may be eligible for Financial Assistance.
Click here for more information.

Have a Question? Ask Rebecca Altman of Grace Medical Center

I'm interested in your feedback or questions. Please click here to email me. I personally review each submission and will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your interest in Grace Medical Center of Baltimore.

Rebecca Altman of Grace Medical Center of Baltimore