The University of Maryland Capital Region Health is committed to protecting and caring for our patients, visitors, staff and community.
We are taking all the necessary steps to keep our patients safe while protecting our visitors, staff and community.
We are also serving as a resource for the public by providing up-to-date information from our expert medical professionals about vaccines, boosters, testing and more.
In the Spotlight: UM Capital Region Health COVID Care
Laurel 3-4-5 Alternative Care Site
This COVID treatment center has gone into a hibernated state due to the substantial decrease of COVID-19 positive cases. Clinical operations for patient care discontinued effective April 26, 2022, with patient care transitioning back to the community and other appropriate facilities.
UM Capital Region Health will maintain beds, equipment and technology support at the Laurel 3-4-5 Alternative Care Site should we need to reactivate the site again.