New Advertising Campaign Focuses on Medical Center's Life-Saving Mission

The University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center treats 8,000 of the region's most badly injured and critically ill people each year, 97 percent of whom survive. It's where the concept of the Golden Hour originated, and where the U.S. military sends its doctors, nurses and special operations medics to be trained before they deploy. Simply put, we save lives every day, through innovative, compassionate and personalized care. Medicine on a Mission indeed.

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Photo of Doctor Thomas M. Scalea, M.D.

Saving lives 24/7, 365 is Dr. Thomas Scalea's passion. Dr. Scalea, Shock Trauma's physician-in-chief, shares why it is considered by many to be the finest trauma and critical care facility in the world.

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HEY, ROLL OVER CRASH: YOU DON'T SHOCK ANYONE HERE.

This page was last updated: September 17, 2014

         
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