One hospital. Two campuses. One community.

At the University of Maryland Medical Center we are committed to providing our community with the benefits of our two campuses as we continue to support the health and well-being of those we serve in our city and state. During 2017, we took bold new steps to advance those efforts in unprecedented ways as we strengthened the alignment of our two campuses, making it possible to expand our offerings through a total of $242 million in services and programs that improve the health and well-being of our community.

Community health improvement, economic and community development, education and youth development, and making community connections create the foundation of our community engagement program. With a focus on chronic disease management for both children and adults, we opened the Community Health Education Center (CHEC) at UMMC Midtown campus. This site is central to our programs that help people control their high blood pressure, learn about managing their diabetes, create supportive environments for newborns and their parents, quit smoking, manage asthma, and live lives free of violence. Thousands of our community members were educated, screened, tested, and counseled to help them live healthier, more fulfilling lives.

Economic and community development coupled with education and youth programs aim to provide career development opportunities for men and women of all ages and backgrounds in an effort to address health disparities and remove barriers to health and wellness throughout our community. Nearly 2,000 students and adults participate in a wide variety of workforce development programs, leading to advanced skills, knowledge and opportunity for viable employment.

As we reflect on 2017, we are reminded of the strength of our mission and value of our partners, as we continue our commitment to a healthy Baltimore and Maryland. And on behalf of our staff, thank you for supporting our unwavering pledge to make this one hospital with two campuses the bedrock of a healthy future for our one great community

Mohan Suntha, MD, MBA
President and CEO
University of Maryland Medical Center,
University and Midtown Campuses

Alison Brown portraitAlison Brown
University of Maryland Medical Center,
Midtown Campus

Dana D. Farrakhan, FACHE
Senior Vice President, Strategy, Community and Business Development
University of Maryland Medical Center,
University Campus

Anne D. Williams, DNP, RN
Director, Community Health Improvement
University of Maryland Medical Center,
University and Midtown Campuses