In 1989, a group of local pediatricians realized that working women and men needed pediatric care for their children in the evenings and on weekends, and Righttime Medical Care (formerly Nighttime Pediatrics) was born in Annapolis, Maryland. Offering after-hours medical care in the evenings and on weekends, 365 days a year, Righttime Medical Care soon became the trusted destination for children’s after-hours medical care, setting the highest standards for quality and service.
Led by pediatrician Robert G. Graw, Jr., M.D., Righttime expanded its services as patients demanded greater access to convenient, affordable health care when a Care Center was opened in Pasadena, Maryland in 1994, with adult care being added for parents. Rockville, Maryland followed in 1999, becoming the first urgent care center of its kind in Montgomery County, Maryland, serving the communities of Rockville, Bethesda, Gaithersburg and nearby Washington, D.C.
Offering after-hours medical care
in the evenings and on weekends,
365 days a year.
In 2002, the Village at Waugh Chapel in Gambrills, Maryland, became home to the fourth Righttime Medical Care. In 2006, Righttime Medical Care opened its doors at the Howard County Health Park in Columbia, Maryland. Based on consumer demand for real medical care and superior service as access to affordable care becomes limited, Righttime Medical Care plans to open new Care Centers in Maryland, northern Virginia and beyond to serve as many patients as possible.
Righttime’s Mobile Care Center, commissioned in 2007, delivers Righttime’s message of caring by visiting communities throughout our region to join educational, health and community events.