Future of Medicine: Integrative Compassionate Care

Today we are visited by Bamoyo and LaToya, the owners of Work Life Urgent Care, who are going to share a bit about what life experiences have led them to be the leaders in what I like to call Compassionate Care in the medical and social work field. Listen in to hear why education, listening, and offering a family like practice of integrated supportive services regarding physical AND mental health, as well as substance addiction for members of the community of all ages and backgrounds may just be the key to a happier, healthier Maryland.

Work Life Urgent Care is an integrated medical and behavioral health clinic that offers personal immediate care for non-life threatening conditions such as fever, broken bones, cuts and infections. Also offers assessments, individual and group counseling for mental health and substance use disorders.


7954 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd
Suite 2-C
Glen Burnie, MD 21060

410-487-6052

Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm; Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am-2:00pm

Area(s) Served:
Glen Burnie and northern Anne Arundel County

Target Group:
Adults and Children

Fees:
Out of pocket fees for behavioral services include:$35 for an individual session$50 for a group or family session

Accepted Payment:
Medicare, Medicaid and most insurance plans

Application Process:
Walk In Services

This is NOT a sponsored podcast, meaning, no compensations was exchanged. As with all of our podcasts we shed light on services, people and issues we feel deserve a voice because of their value and insight.