Monkeypox Vaccination in Baltimore City

Where to get MPX (Monkeypox) Vaccination in Baltimore City

Last updated: November 16, 2022

Baltimore City Health Department Vaccine Appointments

Baltimore City Health Department (BCHD) is offering MPX (Monkeypox) JYNNEOS vaccine through our partner, NOMI Health.

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Vaccines are free and available to those who meet eligibility criteria below.

Walk-ups welcome

419 W Baltimore St, Baltimore MD 21201

Monday- Saturday 8am-5pm

Wednesday’s 10am-7pm.

Holiday/reduced hours-

Thanksgiving - closed for MPX vaccines

Christmas Eve and day- closed for MPX vaccines

New Year’s Eve and day- closed for MPX vaccines

If you have questions about MPX or the MPX vaccine, call the BCHD call center at:  443-984-8650 


If you are a clinical provider in Baltimore City and would like to provide JYNNEOS vaccine, please contact:

Nicole Bradbury, Office of Public Health and Emergency Preparedness at


MPX Vaccine Events

BCHD and our partner, Nomi Health,  are providing MPX vaccinations at the events below.*


*Please check with the specific event coordinator to ensure no change in schedule or cancelation.

Do you have an idea for a MPX Vaccination Outreach location? Please submit your ideas here


Clinical Partners

The following clinics in Baltimore City have partnered with Baltimore City Health Department and are distributing JYNNEOS vaccine. At this time, they are providing vaccine to eligible patients enrolled in their clinics. If you have a provider at these clinics, please call them to inquire about MPX vaccine.

Clinical Partner

Website and Phone Number

Jai Medical Center - Monument         




AIDS Healthcare Foundation

(833) 243-7411

Baltimore Medical System


Baltimore City Health Department Sexual Health and Wellness Clinic PrEP and HIV Clinic

(410) 396-0176; (410) 396-9410

Sinai Outpatient Infectious Disease Clinic


University of Maryland Adolescent & Young Adult Center ("Star Track")


University of Maryland THRIVE Program



MPX Vaccine Eligibility

Baltimore City Health Department has adopted MPX vaccine eligibility guidance from Maryland Department of Health:

PEP stands for post-exposure prophylaxis, or individuals with a known recent exposure to someone with MPX.

ePEP stands for expanded post-exposure prophylaxis, or individuals with a high risk of likely exposure to MPX, even if not known or confirmed.

PrEP stands for Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or individuals who are at highest risk for exposure to MPX.

These are in line with current CDC guidance on MPX vaccination:

More information on MPX vaccination can be found here: