Academic Affiliates

UMMCUniversity of Maryland Medical Center

The University of Maryland Medical Center was founded in 1863 (as the Baltimore Infirmary) and is one of the nation’s first teaching hospitals. One hundred and fifty years later, the well-established culture of learning and excellence is still thriving today.  The center continually strives to be on the cutting edge of medical advancement and can boasts some impressive credentials, such as… one of the nation’s largest transplantation programs; a National Cancer Institute-designated Cancer Center; home to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, the country’s first and only Integrated Trauma Center; and the primary teaching site for the University of Maryland Medical school and over 70 residency and fellowship programs, just to name a few. All of the physicians in this practice receive an academic appointment with the University of Maryland School of Medicine and have the opportunity to teach and learn from a multitude of continuing education forums.

Our Facility Includes

  • 6 bedside ultrasound machines
  • Advanced airway equipment, including video laryngoscopes (GlideScope, Storz C-MAC) and fiber optic endoscope
  • 3 Resuscitation Rooms
  • State-of-the-art Triage and Intake Areas
  • 27 Acute care beds with monitoring capabilities and access to EMR
  • 11 bed Fast-Track with Advanced Practice Provider coverage
  • 12 bed Observation Unit
  • Active and competitive residency program (EM, EM/Peds, EM/IM and EM/IM/CC)
  • Fully-staffed and separate on-site pediatric emergency department
  • Dedicated Psychiatric Emergency Services
  • Primary Stroke Center designation
  • MIEMMS designated Cardiac Intervention Center
  • Leapfrog Top Hospital for 7 straight years
  • Magnet status, awarded by the American Nurses Credentialing Center
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Additional Information

  • Competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits package, including bonus eligibility
  • All physicians working in this facility have an academic appointment with the University of Maryland School of Medicine
  • Annual patient volume of approximately 53,000
  • 70 hours of physician coverage
  • One of the largest Emergency Medicine residency programs in the country
  • 55 hours of mid-level provider coverage
  • 55 ED beds
  • 800 inpatient beds