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At University of Maryland Capital Region Health, we are committed to providing you an exceptional patient experience and we want you engaged in your care every step of the way. Whether you're a patient in one of our hospitals, visiting a family member or just want to know more about living a healthy lifestyle, we want to be partners with you in your journey.

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The Patient Representative helps potential, current or former patients who have questions or concerns involving patient care at University of Maryland Capital Region Health. To speak with our Patient Representatives, please call:

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Consumer Alert

Maryland's Consumer Protection Division warns that telephone scammers are "spoofing" local hospital and public utility numbers to trick people into giving out their personal and medical information over the phone. The incoming calls look like they are from a legitimate place on Caller ID, but then the scammer asks for Medicare, Medicaid and/or Social Security numbers. Some scammers even threaten to terminate Medicare benefits if you don't give them your personal information. Learn more about this consumer alert and how to protect yourself.