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Thank you for your interest in the latest issue of Maryland's Health Matters! At University of Maryland Shore Regional Health, we are committed to giving you and your family the information you need to live healthfully. We hope you enjoy it!

Cover Story

Go With Your Gut (page 6)

When Betsy Griffin learned her stomach pain was actually appendicitis, she sought high-quality care at University of Maryland Shore Regional Health and its surgical team.

Also Inside ...

Safety First (page 4)

With COVID-19 vaccines now widely available after receiving Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) from the FDA, many people have questions about how vaccines are developed, why some take much longer than other to develop and how we know they are safe. Find answers to your questions here.

Introducing ... Our New UM Shore Regional Health Physicians (page 5)

University of Maryland Shore Regional Health recently welcomed new providers in Neurology and Sleep Medicine and Surgical Care.

Hope and Healing for Young Minds (page 10)

An inside look at the new child and adolescent psychiatry inpatient unit at the University of Maryland Medical Center.

Mental Health Management 101 (page 13)

Mental health conditions can affect individuals at any age, including during childhood and adolescence. Recognizing symptoms early is critical to getting the necessary treatment to enhance quality of life.

Introducing ... Our New Geriatric Emergency Care Specialist (page 14)

A conversation with Katherine Selman, MD. University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Chestertown recently welcomed Dr. Selman to the hospital's emergency department.

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