Chaired by John Dillon, the 22-member board of directors is a group of dedicated, well-informed business and community leaders, educators and physicians from throughout the five-county region who share a commitment to delivering quality healthcare to the Mid-Shore communities.
During the past decade, changes in the health care landscape have ushered in new opportunities to meet increasingly high expectations in quality, accessibility, efficiency and patient satisfaction. As University of Maryland Shore Regional Health expands the regional health care network, we have explored and renewed our mission, vision and values to reflect a changing health care environment and our communities’ needs.
Shore Regional Health's Strategic Plan for FY 2015-2020, in both PDF and video format.
Shore Health System (SHS) in collaboration with Chester River Health System (CRHS) conducted a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) for the five counties of Maryland’s Mid-Shore.
Locations for Shore Regional Health.
University of Maryland Shore Regional Health is a regional, nonprofit, medical delivery care network formed on July 1, 2013, through the consolidation of two University of Maryland partner entities, the former Shore Health and the former Chester River Health.
The UM Shore Regional Health network serves the Mid-Shore region, which includes Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s, and Talbot counties. In addition to its three hospitals — University of Maryland Medical Center at Chestertown, the University of Maryland Medical Center at Dorchester, and the University of Maryland Medical Center at Easton — University of Maryland Shore Regional Health includes the University of Maryland Shore Emergency Center at Queenstown and the University of Maryland Shore Medical Pavilion at Queenstown, the University of Maryland Shore Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at Chestertown, and a broad array of inpatient and outpatient services in locations throughout the five-county region.
As a member of UMMS, UM Shore Regional Health is able to enhance its various clinical programs and facilities and facilitate physician recruitment, bringing world-class medical care to the residents of Maryland’s Mid-Shore region. The network’s Shore Medical Group now employs 44 physicians and certified registered nurse practitioners in family practice and diverse specialties, including behavioral health, breast cancer and other breast diseases, cardiology, diabetes and endocrinology, gynecology, internal medicine and palliative care, neurology and sleep medicine, nephrology, neurological surgery, otolaryngology, pain management, pediatrics, rehabilitation, surgical and wound care, and urology and continence. These practitioners provide care in office and clinical locations in towns throughout the five-county region, including Cambridge, Centreville, Chestertown, Denton, Easton, Galena, and Queenstown.
UM Shore Regional Health’s team possesses the talent, technology, and services to provide powerful medicine close to home while maintaining the personal touch for which our regional hospitals are known. Further enhancing the network are the fundraising activities of three strong and active foundations, and the volunteer support of three auxiliary organizations.