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University of Maryland Rehabilitation Network

Jennie Cao receives treatment at UM Rehabilitation Network Center

The UM Rehabilitation Network provides coordinated care as patients recover and move to rehabilitation locations closer to home. Jennie Cao received treatment at three network facilities while recovering from a head injury. Click here to read her story.

Read how the UM Rehabilitation Network helped Marcus Thrower recover from a serious stroke.

The University of Maryland Rehabilitation Network (UMRN) is a coordinated system of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation providers working together to help people recover from illness or injury, such as stroke, joint replacement or traumatic injury. Offering a full range of physical rehabilitation services, the network brings together expert teams of committed care providers from facilities all across the state, ranging from community hospitals to a large academic medical center. All network members are part of the University of Maryland Medical System.

This video explains how the network benefits patients and their families.

Click here to see a list of our locations in the University of Maryland Rehabilitation Network.

Click here for a list of rehabilitation services.

For more information, call 1-800-492-5538

This page was last updated on: August 18, 2014.