University of Maryland Emergency Medicine
University of Maryland Emergency Medicine has a proud history of serving communities in the Baltimore metropolitan area. Our urban locations provide a fast-paced and challenging environment for learning and clinical practice. In addition to providing patient care at the University of Maryland Medical Center, our faculty staffs the emergency departments at ten hospitals around the state of Maryland, from urban to rural settings: University of Maryland Medical Center, Mercy Medical Center, Baltimore VA, Maryland General Hospital, Bon Secours Hospital, Upper Chesapeake Medical Center, Harford Memorial Hospital, Memorial Hospital at Easton, Dorchester General Hospital, and the new free-standing emergency department, Queen Anne’s Emergency Center. Collectively, our physicians oversee the care of approximately 182,000 patients per year.
Coupled with state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge academic resources available to us as part of the University of Maryland Medical Center, we offer comprehensive training and opportunities for advancement in emergency medicine. Our faculty’s interests are wide ranging-emergency care, cardiopulmonary and brain resuscitation, clinical toxicology, prehospital care, emergency medical services, disaster preparedness and response, international emergency medicine, use of ultrasound in the emergency department.