Rendering photo of the Roslyn and Leonard Stoler Center for Advanced Medicine

Groundbreaking Ceremony

On Friday, May 13, leaders from UMMS, UMMC, UMGCCC, as well as government officials and Roslyn and Leonard Stoler, shared remarks to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Stoler Center.


About the Stoler Center

The Roslyn and Leonard Stoler Center for Advanced Medicine—the new home of UMGCCC—will provide state-of-the-art inpatient and outpatient cancer services to meet the escalating demands for cancer care well into the future. 

With six floors dedicated to cancer care, the new Center will offer more private room options, updated technology for evaluation and treatment, exclusive bone marrow transplant and cellular therapy space, healing garden and modern waiting areas, and an all new entrance for the University of Maryland Medical Center.

Incorporating 198,000 square feet of new space and 42,000 square feet of renovated space in the medical center, the building will double the cancer center’s footprint. Construction is slated to begin in late 2022 with completion expected in 2025. 

Collaborative Team Design

With input from over 100 staff members including patients, nurses, physicians, pharmacists, physical therapists, infection prevention experts, social workers and environmental services, security, technology, food services as well as facilities design experts and engineers, the Stoler Center’s design boasts state-of-the-art innovations.


Construction Updates

Outside of UMMC downtown

The remodeled South Entrance will serve as the new main entrance to the hospital during upcoming work on The Roslyn and Leonard Stoler Center for Advanced Medicine.

Open Monday – Friday, from 6 am – 7 pm, the entrance will be staffed by Security and Guest Services. Staff will have badge access outside of those hours.

Reminder: The Downtown and Midtown Campus front entrances are intended for patients, visitors and care partners.

Patient Registration and Gift Shop

Due to construction, some services have been temporarily moved.

  • Patient Registration is now located near the main entrance, across from Au Bon Pain.
  • Lori’s Gift Shop is now next to the new Patient Registration area.

Food Deliveries

  • All food deliveries and catering orders should deliver to the loading dock between Arch and Redwood Streets to avoid congestion. 
Construction New shuttle pick up map

Shuttle Relocation

  • Shuttles from Midtown/Heritage Crossing, Upper Chesapeake, and Mt. Washington Pediatric will drop off at the Shock Trauma Entrance (see #2 on the map).

Steam Line Relocation

Beginning mid-May 2022, traffic patterns for vehicles and pedestrians will change while a steam line is relocated on the corner of Baltimore and Greene Streets. Demolition and excavation work is expected to be noisy. Signage and physical barriers are posted as needed and any work in the valet parking area will be completed off hours to minimize disruption.


Milestones

Summer 2022*

  • Begin construction of new employee entrance on Greene St.

Fall 2022*

  • Greene Street entrance closes and major construction begins
  • South entrance re-route plan forthcoming
  • Infusion Center moves for duration of construction (Stoler clinic and Katz pharmacy remain for time being)

Summer 2025*

  • The Roslyn and Leonard Stoler Center for Advanced Medicine opens

*Expected dates, but subject to change


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To fund the construction of the Roslyn and Leonard Stoler Center for Advanced Medicine, the University of Maryland Medical Center launched the Building for Life Campaign, an extraordinary effort to raise $55 million for this state-of-the-art patient tower that will become the new home of the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center. The Building for Life Campaign also supports the advancement of clinical care, patient support services, research, training, and education within the cancer center.

The Stoler Center will expand UMGCCC by 50 percent enhancing cancer care and treatment — and will forever change the face of the medical campus.

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