Improving access to affordable health care is an important part of community efforts to prevent and manage chronic diseases, eliminate health disparities, and ultimately increase quality and years of healthy life for people in Carroll County. The Partnership encourages initiatives that remove barriers to health care – especially for underserved and uninsured residents.
Partnership Staff Contact:
410-871-7268 / 410-876-4924
To help ensure that all Carroll residents have access to primary health care, The Partnership offers information about health insurance assistance and options. Visit our health insurance information page for details.
The Local Health Improvement Coalition of the Carroll County Health Department considers issues of access to care as part of its work to create and implement a comprehensive Local Health Improvement Plan. Contact Maggie Kunz at
Maggie.Kunz@Maryland.gov , 410-871-7268 , or 410-876-4924 for more information.
In 2015, The Partnership first created a pocket-sized reference card with information about a wide variety of local resources for assistance with basic needs such as health care, housing, transportation, and food. The Card was updated in 2017. Printed copies can be requested by calling 410-871-7645. CLICK HERE to view or download the Carroll Card.
Access Carroll, Inc. was developed in coordination with the Carroll County Health Department, Carroll Hospital Center, and the Access to Health Care Leadership Team of The Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County, Inc. The mission of Access Carroll, Inc. is to improve pathways to primary health care of all ages for the uninsured low-income residents of Carroll County.
Contact Access Carroll at 410-871-1478 for more information or CLICK HERE to visit the Access Carroll web site.
The Partnership annually recognizes the outstanding achievements of groups and individuals who make our community of Carroll County a healthier place to live. If you know of person or organization deserving recognition, please nominate them for one of our Awards.
CLICK HERE to learn more or to submit a nomination.