Why Choose UM Capital Region Health
At UM Capital Region Health, we are changing the health care landscape in Prince George's County. From being ranked top 10 percent in the nation in coronary artery bypass surgery to having one of the state's leading trauma centers with outstanding survival rates, that's only a part of what makes us greater!
UM Capital Region Health is prepared to serve you now and is working to serve you well into the future.
What makes us greater? Take another look and see progress in action.
Top 10 percent in the nation in coronary artery bypass surgery
Greater is having a cardiac surgery program that is highly rated for quality and safety in Prince George's County. With heart disease being the number one cause of death in Prince George's County, we work day and night so you have a coronary artery bypass surgery program ranked by The Society of Thoracic Surgeons in the nation's top 10 percent close to home.
One of the state's top trauma centers
Greater is saving more lives when every second counts. As one of the leading trauma centers in Maryland, you can depend on our expertise. We even offer post-traumatic injury recovery with community programs and support groups to give patients greater care.
Every second counts in our primary stroke center
Greater is receiving stroke care close to home. As a primary stroke center, we have been recognized for our ability to provide specialized care that can stop a stroke in its tracks. That's why when every second counts, you can count on us.
94 percent healing rate of hard to heal wounds
Greater is helping our patients heal faster and live longer with a wound healing rate far above the national average. Our innovative wound care center is designated as a center of excellence. This means our team achieves an average of 21 days to heal and has a 94 percent healing rate.
Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED)
UM Capital Region Health has been awarded LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environment Design) Silver certification for its UM Capital Region Medical Center. The project was completed in 2021 and represents an internationally recognized measurement of a building’s adherence to sustainable, or “green,” principles.