Expansion

Groundbreaking

Construction on the Medical Center's newest facility began with a groundbreaking ceremony on May 13, 2010.

Quick Facts

The University of Maryland Medical Center's new expansion project will significantly enhance its world-class Shock Trauma Center and increase its capacity to care for patients who need the highest level of trauma, emergency and critical care.

History

Construction on the newest facility at the University of Maryland Medical Center is expected to be completed in 2013. This building will mark Phase IV of the University of Maryland Medical Center's strategic facilities expansion plan.

News

The recent announcement of the University of Maryland Medical Center's planned building expansion, to be completed by 2013, has garnered the attention of a variety of local news media.

Building for the Future

A groundbreaking ceremony on May 13, 2010 marked the start of construction for the University of Maryland Medical Center's newest facility, which is designed to significantly enhance its world-class Shock Trauma Center and increase its capacity to care for patients who need the highest level of trauma, emergency and critical care.

Video: Shock Trauma Expansion Animation

Animation of building being constructed

This two-minute video features a computer-generated animation of the UMMC's Phase IV expansion project.

Video: Interview with Leonard Taylor

Video of Leonard Taylor discussing expansion project

Watch a video with Leonard Taylor, Vice President of Facilities, as he discusses the new expansion.

This page was last updated: July 29, 2014

         
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