Physical Health Services for Current Residents & Fellows
A part of living a happy, healthy life is taking care of your body. As a resident or fellow at the University of Maryland Medical Center, you have access to a number of programs to help you stay in tip-top shape.
University Recreation & Fitness (URecFit)
URecFit is a multi-floor gymnasium right across the street from UMMC's downtown campus.
With three floors of recreation and fitness options, there's something for everyone to enjoy. The facility has an indoor pool, a gymnasium with two basketball courts, more than 90 cardiovascular stations and a powerlifting room. URecFit also hosts intramural sports leagues throughout the year.
Take a look at URecFit's eligibility and rates.
We have an intramural volleyball league open to residents, fellows, NPs and PAs. No experience necessary!
- When: 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 6pm, November through June.
- Where: URecFit, across from the hospital, in the gymnasium.
Games will be 6v6, so we'll have slots for 12-14 players each game. Participants do not have to play every week nor be a member of the URecFit gym.
You can register as a solo player or with a group of friends.
If you have any questions, email Gloribel Olexa, MD, at Gloribel.Olexa@umm.edu.
At UMaryland Immediate Care, students and staff can receive expert treatment from physicians and nurse practitioners for the full spectrum of urgent care needs, including sprains and breaks, flu symptoms, rash, fever and sinus infections, as well as worker's comp cases.
No need to schedule an appointment. UMaryland Immediate Care accepts walk-ins, Monday–Friday, 7 am to 5 pm. We accept insurance and out-of-pocket payment.
Call 667-214-1899 with any questions.
The Employee Health Services office in the main hospital offers free biometric screenings. We'll tell you the readings for your blood pressure, body mass index (BMI), body fat percentage and cholesterol.
We're located in room T1R05 next to the Shock Trauma elevators. Walk-ins are welcome!
You'll be working long hours during your residency or fellowship, and managing your fatigue is important to your success. Here are some tips on how to manage your fatigue, including how to nap strategically and tips for your diet.