The mission of the community health outreach program is to empower local communities by giving them the health education and resources they need.
An explaination of community empowerment, what a community benefit is and other aspects of the community health outreach program.
To be recognized as a community benefit in Maryland, an activity must be intended to address community needs and priorities primarily through disease prevention and improvement of health status.
In a recent survey, 200 employees reported that they spent an average of 1-2 hours per week in community-based organizations, healthcare, or religious-sponsored volunteer activities.
Through the use of key programs and services, UMMC is providing important resources to encourage health and healing among members of the community.
University of Maryland Medical Center runs all sorts of community events all year round. Discover which events are coming up in an area near you.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("ACA"), required hospitals to perform a community health needs assessment, adopt an implementation strategy to meet the needs identified, and beginning in 2013, perform an assessment at least every three years thereafter.
The University of Maryland Medical Center, with its Shock Trauma Center, is known world-wide as the premier resource for trauma care.