The University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Chestertown is a community hospital that provides excellent inpatient and outpatient care to the local community. The 42-bed acute care facility offers general hospital, emergency, and specialized services. The emergency department is staffed by board certified emergency physicians and seasoned mid-level providers and operates on a foundation of the most advanced technology available to properly diagnose and treat those in need. Most patients who are treated in the emergency department can be completely managed at Chestertown and quick transfers are provided by Maryland ExpressCare for patients requiring more tertiary care. The emergency medicine team at Chestertown is dedicated to providing timely, compassionate, and excellent emergency care to the surrounding communities.
Chestertown, Maryland, is an area rich in history and tradition. The town was included on the National Trust for Historic Preservation 2007 America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations list and hosts several annual outdoor festivals, including the Tea Party Festival and Downrigging, a waterfront Tall Ship Festival. Also within the town limits is Washington College, the 10th oldest college in the country. Residents of this quaint water-front town take pride in their community and it shows. With activities like a bustling Farmers Market, “Artisans” Market, Concert in the Park series, hiking and biking trails, and a waterfront promenade, residents are never at a loss for activity and inspiration.
For more community information, visit the official website for Chestertown, MD.