As the world responds to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the University of Maryland Capital Region Health is working to protect and care for our patients, visitors, staff and community.

We are committing resources to the critical work at hand in fighting the virus. While at the same time, we are here for your routine and urgent medical care.

We are also serving as a resource for the public by providing up-to-date information from our expert medical professionals in this time of crisis.

Location change: Vaccine appointments at UM Prince George's Hospital Center (UM PGHC) are being transitioned to the vaccine location at First Baptist Church of Glenarden (FBCG).

  • All first dose appointments at UM PGHC have been relocated to FBCG.
  • Anyone with a second dose appointment at UM PGHC on or before April 24 will still receive it there.

We have attempted to reschedule appointments at the same date and time, but please check your email, text, voicemail and/or MyPortfolio account for a message about your rescheduled appointment.


In the Spotlight: UM Capital Region Health COVID Care

Vial of the Pfizer COVID vaccineThe University of Maryland Capital Region Health has temporarily expanded UM Laurel Medical Center to serve as a COVID inpatient unit and outpatient monoclonal antibody treatment center. It also has partnered with First Baptist Church of Glenarden to create a vaccination location for Prince George's County residents. Learn more: