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Press Release

Nomi Health Partners with Baltimore City Health Department Offering Monkeypox Vaccinations

By Maggie Habib on October 21, 2022

The company is providing this service at its Baltimore clinic where it also offers other testing services.

OREM, Utah - (October 21, 2022) - Nomi Health — the direct healthcare company making it easier to access the highest quality affordable care across the U.S.— has announced its partnership with Baltimore City Health Department, offering Monkeypox (MPX) vaccinations at its Baltimore clinic.

Initially, the vaccinations will be offered to those residents who have registered via the State’s portal and meet the eligibility criteria.

“We learned, from what we saw administering more than 15 million Covid tests over the last two and a half years, that there is a pressing need in the U.S. to bring healthcare to communities beyond hospitals and physician’s offices,” said Sean Arroyo, vice president of Care Operations for Nomi Health. “Nomi Health is pleased to partner with the Baltimore City Health Department to further serve the community by providing MPX vaccinations at our clinic.”

Nomi clinic in Baltimore, Maryland

Nomi Care treats patients with a clinical triage model that delivers easy access to affordable care close to where people live. Mobile clinics are dispatched to neighborhoods, bringing care to the people who most need it.

In addition to providing MPX vaccinations, Nomi Health provides Covid testing at its Baltimore clinic location, 419 W. Baltimore Street.

Clinic hours for MPX vaccinations are 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Wednesday 7:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Covid testing is available for walk-in patients. Patients seeking Monkeypox vaccinations are by appointment only.

Baltimore residents can learn more about MPX vaccinations by calling 833-875-0900 (press 3 for Baltimore).