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The Cancer Center at University of Maryland Shore Regional Health

The Cancer Center is accredited by The Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons. This esteemed national distinction is awarded to cancer treatment facilities that deliver quality patient care with a focus on prevention, early diagnosis, pre-treatment evaluation, optimal treatment, rehabilitation, surveillance for recurrent disease, survivorship and support services, and end-of-life care. Accreditation also considers a cancer program's ongoing participation in cancer research, the extent of research and education offered in the community, and the types of quality improvement activities that address patient care.

Providing Strength, Stamina and Support for Cancer Survivors

Through a partnership between the Cancer Center at UM Shore Regional Health and YMCA of the Chesapeake, the LiveSTRONG program helps cancer survivors get back to living their lives. Check out the Spring 2019 issue of Maryland's Health Matters for an inspiring story as told by Michael Fisher, MD, Barbara Jarrell, LiveSTRONG instructor, and members of the YMCA and Cancer Center teams.

Read about our LiveSTRONG Program.

2019 Cancer Program Annual Report

The 2019 Cancer Annual Report outlines the continued advancement of the Cancer Center's treatment services and the enhancement of its programs that support patients and their loved ones.

View the 2019 Cancer Program Annual Report

Thriving and Surviving

The Thriving and Surviving monthly newsletter highlights Cancer Center programs, events and services, and providing helpful information and resources for those in any stage of the cancer journey – diagnosis, treatment and survival – and for their loved ones, as well!

February 2020 Newsletter


The Cancer Center at University of Maryland Shore Regional Health has earned the following national accreditations:

Commission on Cancer award logo NAPBC

Contact Us

For more information, please contact the Cancer Center at University of Maryland Shore Regional Health at 410-820-6800.