Caring Hands Medical Clinic

Caring Hands Medical Clinic is an urgent care located in Greenbelt Maryland. We are proud that our dedicated staff and doctors are trained to handle all areas of treatment. We are especially skilled in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment of diseases, no matter how common, rare, simple or complex. At Caring Hands Medical Clinic, you become a partner in keeping up with your health problems. We listen to your complaints, understand your concerns, examine you and come up with treatment options.We encourage our patients to ask questions in order to be informed about their medical conditions and treatment plans. This will enable our patients to make better choices about their health and well-being.

Emergency Case

Emergency Medicine is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes case reports in all areas of emergency medicine.

Online Bill Payment

All forms of payment are accepted except checks. If no insurance, discuss payment options.

Referral

Referral

Our office is dedicated to refer our patients to specialists to get an up to date any concerns.

Schedule

Mon to Fri: 11AM – 8PM
Saturday: 10 Am to 2 PM

Affordable health care in your
neighborhood

If you will be using insurance, we recommend contacting your insurance company before your visit to be sure that the service you’re seeking is covered. Your payment responsibility may vary based on your insurance coverage.

If you’re uninsured or prefer to pay out of pocket, we accept cash, checks, and credit cards.

Our charges vary based on the number of symptoms or conditions a patient has, and whether we provide more than one service. Most visits fall within the ranges provided but charges can exceed these ranges in more complex cases.

Make sure to check the individual service pages for age and service restrictions. Lab, tests and additional services may result in additional charges. Labs and tests cannot be purchased separately and are only performed as part of a standard visit.

Book An Appoinment

We encourage our patients to ask questions in order to be informed about their medical conditions and treatment plans. This will enable our patients to make better choices about their health and well-being.