Several emergency medicine faculty members contributed to the article titled “The Impact of a Freestanding ED on a Regional Emergency Medical Services System,” published in the August issue of American Journal of Emergency Medicine. The authors report that the opening of the Shore Emergency Center in Queenstown on Maryland’s Eastern Shore decreased ambulance turnaround time and out-of-service intervals. The contributors from the Department of Emergency Medicine are Benjamin Lawner, DO, MS, EMT-P, Jon Mark Hirshon, MD, PhD, Laura Pimentel, MD, Christina L. Tupe, MD, and Brian Browne, MD. They collaborated with Angela C. Comer, MPH (National Study Center for Trauma and Emergency Medical Systems), J.V. Nable, MD, MS, NRP (Georgetown University School of Medicine), Jeffrey Kelly, MS, NREMT-P (Maryland State Police), Richard Alcorta, MD (MIEMSS), and Mary Alice Vanhoy, RN, MSN, University of Maryland Shore Emergency Center.