Meet the Outpatient Rehabilitation Team
The Outpatient Rehabilitation Services team offers comprehensive Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Speech Language Pathology to both children and adults. Learn more about our staff, below.
Sharon Cook O.T.R./L, C.H.T., is a Towson University graduate with over 29 years of hand therapy experience. She has been at the University for 28 years, and is working to develop the hand therapy program.
Laura Brosnan M.S., O.T.R./L, is a graduate of Towson University. Her work at UMMS over the past five years has given her exposure to all areas of acute care with a specialty in orthopedic trauma. She has worked in outpatient rehabilitation for two years and is working towards her CHT. She recently completed the Drexel Program for upper quadrant evaluation and treatment.
Domingo (Jun) Cioco, P.T., comes to University of Maryland Medical Center from the Philippines. He has over 10 years of experience as a physical therapist and joined UMMS last year. While in the Philippines, Jun received his master's degree in occupational health. In the Philippines, Jun worked in an orthopedic hospital where he specialized in spinal cord injury rehabilitation and musculoskeletal conditions.
Valerie Marshall, P.T., is a University of Maryland physical therapy graduate with over 29 years of experience at UMMS. As an instructor for the PTA school at BCCC, she teaches the amputee and prosthetics course. Valerie specializes in this area of patient care. She is NDT certified in adult hemiplegia.
Patricia McCoy, M.P.T.
As a graduate of the University of Maryland Baltimore Physical Therapy program seven years ago, Patricia has experience with a variety of patient populations. She has worked in a variety of settings, including acute care, long-term nursing facilities, and inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation. She is pursuing further expertise in orthopedics and women's health.
Michael Swoboda, M.P.T., is a senior physical therapist who provides treatment techniques to promote improved mobility and functional activity and reduce pain. He has been with UMMS for nearly six years. His interests include orthopedics and sports injuries.
Fay Wilson, P.T., has been employed at the University of Maryland Medical Center for the past 23 years. She is currently the senior physical therapist at the Frenkil Physical Therapy Department in the Frenkil Building on campus. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland at Baltimore, School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy. Her areas of specialization include women's health, orthopedics, and manual therapy. She is currently completing the last phase of her international lymphedema certification.
Cheryl Zalieckas, O.T.
For patient inquiries, please call all the Hospital Clinic at 410-328-0586.