ER at UM Capital Region Medical Center
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University of Maryland Capital Region Medical Center offers a full service Emergency Department, providing comprehensive care close to home, 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week.
Our Emergency Department is staffed with board-certified doctors, nurses and technicians who have received advanced training in emergency care. Also, our Emergency Department maintains a close affiliation with local EMS. UM Capital Region Medical Center Emergency Department is the second busiest trauma center in the state of Maryland.
- Adult and pediatric emergency care
- Behavioral health
- Critical care
- Heart and vascular care
- Case management
- Neonatal care
- Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB-GYN) care
Emergency Room Features
- 41 Emergency treatment bays
- Diagnostic testing (CT and X-ray) in the department
Stroke and Heart Attack Care
Our emergency team can diagnose and treat heart attacks and strokes quickly when every second count. We work closely with emergency responders to make sure our specialized teams are ready to start care the moment you arrive.
As a designated Primary Stroke Center, you can be confident in our experience and high patient-care standards.
Level II Trauma Center
As the second busiest trauma center in the state and outstanding survival rate, you can depend on our expertise.
Emergency Room or Urgent Care?
When you or a family member needs immediate medical attention, you may not always need to visit the emergency department. Use this reference guide to help you decide your best choice for care.