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ImPRINT - Infection Prevention Intensive

The Infection Prevention Department is launching a summer intensive education program for incoming providers and nursing staff.  This will also serve as a refresher for all seasoned personnel in response to annual increases in infections during the summer months. We are calling this ImPRINT (Infection Prevention Intensive). It's a one-page summary of key points and will focus on a particular HAI (e.g. CLABSI) or risk reduction strategy (e.g CHG bathing).

ImPRINT weekly posters


The new system replacing E*Value will be live on Monday, July 1. If you have not received your login or password, please contact your program coordinator. Check out the MedHub page!


WELLNESS-ACGME Tools and Resources for Resident and Faculty Member Well-Being

Introduction to Burnout and Wellness

  Sleep Disorders-UMMC Midtown Campus   The state-of-the-art University of Maryland Sleep Disorders Center conducts overnight and daytime sleep studies to help diagnose a wide range of sleep disorders, from insomnia and sleep apnea to snoring, narcolepsy, night terrors and sleepwalking.


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Graduating Residents/Fellows

As you prepare to graduate from your training program we realize that many of you are actively searching for employment.  This will include requests for Certificates of Insurance (COIs). If you were employed by UMMC (received a pay check from UMMC) you were covered by MMCIP during your training. Please remember the following:

Malpractice coverage: You are covered by Maryland Medicine Comprehensive Insurance Program (MMCIP) during your training at UMMC. Their address is 250 W. Pratt Street, Suite 1200, Baltimore, MD 21201. There is no policy number. Your coverage is claims made, and includes tail coverage. Policy limits are currently $10 million per claim/$45 million in the aggregate shared limits.

Claims History/Certificates of Insurance: To request that a copy of your claims history and/or certificate of insurance be sent to a new training facility or employer, please send a request to:  You must request a claims history in writing. Email is the fastest way to accomplish this. The request must specifically state to whom to send the claims history or COI. You must provide an email address for the recipient or a fax number if there is no email. MMCIP requires at least 2 business days to complete a request, but a high volume of requests will affect turnaround times.

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