Maryland's Health Matters
Thank you for reading the latest issue of Maryland's Health Matters! At UMMC Midtown Campus, we are committed to giving you and your family the information you need to live healthfully. Use the links below to explore some of our news, events, services and teams that were mentioned in our magazine:
Cover Story: Introducing Our New Outpatient Tower (Page 6)
Why Do So Many Women Have Migraines? (Page 5)
If you get migraines, you are not alone, about 28 million women in the U.S. suffer from migraines. Read more about what you can do to help relieve your migraines. To speak to one of our women's health providers, please call 410-706-2500 or learn more about the program by visiting our website.
To learn more about neurosciences at the University of Maryland Medical Center visit umm.edu/neurology
Hope & Healing For Young Minds (Page 10)
Children and teens experiencing acute mental health crises have a safe and healing space to recover in the newly-opened Children & Adolescent Psychiatric Unit at the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital (UMCH) . Admittance to the new Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Inpatient Unit at UMMC is by referral only. If you are concerned about possible harm to your child or others, take your child or adolescent to the nearest emergency department
The Carruthers Clinic, located at UMMC's Midtown Campus, offers a variety of outpatient services including general mental health services, a dedicated women's mental health program, and RAISE Connection Program for young adults experiencing early onset mental illness. Click here to learn more about the Carruther's Clinic or about other services at the UMMC Midtown Campus.