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Tomorrow's possibilities. Here today at UMMS.

A Message from the CMO

Walter H. Ettinger, M.D., M.B.A.

Dear Colleague,

On behalf of the entire organization, I want to thank you for your interest in learning more about the University of Maryland Medical System. Here, physicians like you have the opportunity to do exceptional work. This is a multi-hospital system that has genuine impact throughout our State...and beyond. Our 13 outstanding hospitals and numerous ambulatory centers not only offer you a choice of locations—from urban to suburban and rural—but also a choice of practice settings, including academic, teaching, and community.

Since our inception as a private, not-for-profit corporation in 1984, we have pursued a clinical vision of providing measurably safe and quality care to the citizens of the State and region. Our goal is—and always has been—that every patient receives the same high standard of care, no matter where or when they make use of our services. Our focus on excellence in care quality and safety is evident in everything we do: from our application of evidence-based medicine aimed at reducing hospital-acquired infections, to continuous improvements in our operational design, facilities, and technologies. In fact, our efforts in quality improvement have allowed us to achieve mortality and unplanned readmission rates below benchmarks available from other Maryland hospitals.

Our collaboration allows us to provide patients in our community hospitals a level of highly specialized care normally reserved for much larger facilities. For example, physicians at the Tate Cancer Center at Baltimore Washington Medical Center work with members of the Greenebaum Cancer Center program at University of Maryland Medical Center, encouraging a continuous sharing of best practices. The relationship also allows patients being treated at Tate to be transferred for specialty care, diagnostic procedures, or clinical trials more expeditiously.

Tomorrow's leadership. Here today at USMMS.

We’re extremely proud of our successes to date. However, we know that achieving our clinical vision cannot happen without active physician leadership and support. To that end, we strive to recruit physicians committed to excellence in both clinical quality and service. And we give them the support they need to take their career—and to take patient care—to new levels together.

Our financial success—and our continued investment in the future of our system—means you’ll work with first-rate facilities, state-of-the-art equipment, and some of the best personnel in medicine. You’ll enjoy ongoing opportunities for professional growth and education. And because we’re an academically grounded system, you’ll work on the leading edge of medicine no matter which facility or area you work in.

 

I welcome you to explore our website and discover for yourself what makes a career here so distinctive. Join us, and become a part of a team that’s committed to providing tomorrow’s medicine—here today at UMMS.

The system also collaborates on implementing technology to support quality and patient safety. Hear from Mark Kelemen, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Informatics Officer, about the system-wide initiatives that will take integrated care into the future.

Walter H. Ettinger

Walter H. Ettinger, M.D., M.B.A.
University of Maryland Medical System
Sr. Vice President and System Chief Medical Officer (more)

 
Tomorrow's possibilities. Here today at UMMS.

A Message from the CMO

Walter H. Ettinger, M.D., M.B.A.

Dear Colleague,

On behalf of the entire organization, I want to thank you for your interest in learning more about the University of Maryland Medical System. Here, physicians like you have the opportunity to do exceptional work. This is a multi-hospital system that has genuine impact throughout our State...and beyond. Our 10 outstanding hospitals and numerous ambulatory centers not only offer you a choice of locations—from urban to suburban and rural—but also a choice of practice settings, including academic, teaching, and community.

Since our inception as a private, not-for-profit corporation in 1984, we have pursued a clinical vision of providing measurably safe and quality care to the citizens of the State and region. Our goal is—and always has been—that every patient receives the same high standard of care, no matter where or when they make use of our services. Our focus on excellence in care quality and safety is evident in everything we do: from our application of evidence-based medicine aimed at reducing hospital-acquired infections, to continuous improvements in our operational design, facilities, and technologies. In fact, our efforts in quality improvement have allowed us to achieve mortality and unplanned readmission rates below benchmarks available from other Maryland hospitals.

Our collaboration allows us to provide patients in our community hospitals a level of highly specialized care normally reserved for much larger facilities. For example, physicians at the Tate Cancer Center at Baltimore Washington Medical Center work with members of the Greenebaum Cancer Center program at University of Maryland Medical Center, encouraging a continuous sharing of best practices. The relationship also allows patients being treated at Tate to be transferred for specialty care, diagnostic procedures, or clinical trials more expeditiously.

We’re extremely proud of our successes to date. However, we know that achieving our clinical vision cannot happen without active physician leadership and support. To that end, we strive to recruit physicians committed to excellence in both clinical quality and service. And we give them the support they need to take their career—and to take patient care—to new levels together.

Our financial success—and our continued investment in the future of our system—means you’ll work with first-rate facilities, state-of-the-art equipment, and some of the best personnel in medicine. You’ll enjoy ongoing opportunities for professional growth and education. And because we’re an academically grounded system, you’ll work on the leading edge of medicine no matter which facility or area you work in.

 

I welcome you to explore our website and discover for yourself what makes a career here so distinctive. Join us, and become a part of a team that’s committed to providing tomorrow’s medicine—here today at UMMS.

The system also collaborates on implementing technology to support quality and patient safety. Hear from Mark Kelemen, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Informatics Officer, about the system-wide initiatives that will take integrated care into the future.

Walter H. Ettinger

Walter H. Ettinger, M.D., M.B.A.
University of Maryland Medical System
Sr. Vice President and System Chief Medical Officer

Walter H. Ettinger, MD, MBA, is senior vice president and chief medical officer (CMO) for the University of Maryland Medical System. In this role, Dr. Ettinger serves as a member of the System's senior leadership team with administrative responsibility for monitoring and ensuring the safety and quality of patient care within the System hospitals. Dr. Ettinger works with a team of hospital CMOs to provide leadership and direction for improving clinical outcomes, patient safety, and medical resource utilization. He also staffs the University of Maryland Medical System's Board Patient Quality and Safety Committee.

 
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Lawrence Linder, M.D.

Lawrence Linder, M.D.
Senior Vice President and
Chief Medical Officer
UM Baltimore Washington
Medical Center

"Physicians at UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center enjoy the best of both worlds. We’re a community hospital with the type of culture that attracts and retains the best. But you’ll also experience the clinical variety and high-level, high-acuity care you would expect from a tertiary care center. For example, our $2 million endovascular suite is one of the most advanced in the country, and our award-winning ER is one of the busiest in the state. We also opened a $117 million patient care tower in 2009 which contains new ICUs, 111 private patient rooms, and a new area for OB and Women’s Health. Our next decade will be one of tremendous growth.

"Our culture is extremely patient-centric. We’re not satisfied offering new service lines unless we know we can offer the highest level care available. And we recognize each person’s role in offering this care. I think it’s this atmosphere that makes this an extremely satisfying place for physicians to practice."

UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center’s Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer since 2004, Dr. Linder has also served as chairman of its Emergency Department since 1999, and on its Board of Directors from 2001 to 2004. Dr. Linder received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and completed an emergency medicine residency at the Medical Center of Delaware/Christiana Hospital. He is a fellow of both the American Academy of Emergency Physicians and the American College of Emergency Physicians, a diplomat of the American Board of Emergency Medicine, former president of the Maryland Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians, and certified by the National Board of Medical Examiners.

 
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Michael C. Tooke, M.D., F.A.C.P.

Michael C. Tooke, M.D., F.A.C.P.
Senior Vice President and
Chief Medical Officer
Shore Health System

"This is a jewel of a health care system, located in a vibrant coastal community of stunning beauty. Our facilities and services are modern, innovative, and technologically advanced. Our professionals are very highly trained. But it’s the atmosphere that makes working here truly different. It’s an atmosphere where people are genuine and patient care is authentic. It makes us THE health care resource for our communities.

"We’ve enjoyed many benefits of being a part of the University of Maryland Medical System: not only do we enjoy a higher profile and association with a thriving academic medical center, but it has put Shore Health in an even stronger capital position as well, enabling us to grow faster so we can serve our thriving communities better. And we are growing quickly. We have just opened the new ED at Memorial Hospital Easton…will be opening the Joslin Diabetes Center in 2008...and the opening of our new Balance Center in Dorchester will help us grow in neurosciences in truly innovative ways. It makes Shore Health an exciting place to be."

Dr. Tooke has served as Shore Health System Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer since April 2007. Before coming to Shore Health, he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for the Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care in Easton. He has also held executive positions with MedStar Health and Ochsner Clinic. Dr. Tooke earned his medical degree from Tulane Medical School in New Orleans. He was a medical intern at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago and completed his residency in internal medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, a fellow of the American College of Physicians, and a Motorola® Six Sigma Green Belt.

 
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Mark Kelemen, M.D., MBA, MSc.

Mark Kelemen, M.D., MBA, MSc.
Senior Vice President and
Chief Medical Informatics Officer
University of Maryland
Medical System

UMMS is committed to implementing technology to support quality and patient safety. We are launching a system-wide Ambulatory Electronic Medical Record program, where physicians’ offices are being wired with the same advanced technologies available in our hospitals in order to improve communication and coordination of patient care. For example, Computerized Physician Order Entry—fully operational at the University of Maryland Medical Center and currently being implemented at Baltimore Washington Medical Center—allows standards and protocols (e.g., VTE Prophylaxis and Treatment Protocol) that were previously paper-based, to be automated, improving care quality and patient safety, and moving us toward a unified electronic medical record that contains accurate clinical information on any patient who’s been seen within our broad organization.

Getting the right information to doctors at the right time—that’s what drives my work as Chief Medical Informatics Officer at UMMS. In my role as a Cardiologist on faculty at the University of Maryland, I see the importance and impact of this work first-hand. If my patient needs a sub-specialist consultation, it’s important that data will be available as the patient is being seen. It helps facilitate the relationships between members of the medical staff—not only between the university and other hospitals—but also between specialties, enhancing the patient experience and allowing us to provide better care.

Dr. Kelemen, UMMS Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Informatics Officer since 2007, most recently served as the Director of Clinical Cardiology at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He previously served on the faculty of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Kelemen attended Brown University and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and trained in internal medicine at Duke University and in cardiology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Kelemen is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology.

 
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John Straumanis, M.D., F.A.A.P., F.C.C.M.

John Straumanis, M.D., F.A.A.P., F.C.C.M.
Chief Medical Officer
Kernan Orthopaedics
and Rehabilitation

"What really draws surgeons to UM Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute is our size and efficiency. They find the biggest benefit to being a smaller, more close-knit organization is that it runs like a responsive, well-oiled machine. A $100-million operation with its own budget and significant funding from endowments, our structure is less bureaucratic than that of larger medical centers. You can effect change quickly at UM Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute. And because the tone of our CEO is so informal and engaging, you feel like you’re an important part of the team right away.

"Surgeons enjoy the efficiency of our ORs: rapid turnover times, an orthopaedic-oriented nursing staff, new power equipment, and no ED to cause scheduling delays. And they find our anesthesiology group is second to none—leading the way in the field of regional anesthesia, and employing the latest regional techniques to ensure optimal intra-operative and post-operative pain control. As central Maryland’s leading rehabilitation center, orthopaedic patients can begin their recovery from day one with the help of a superb therapy team. Additional services such as MRI/CT imaging, 24-hour laboratory, 24-hour hospitalist coverage, an ICU, and an Acute Pain Service provide enhanced on-site capabilities. For many surgeons, the combination of efficiency, ease of practice, and support services are among the primary drivers for bringing their practice to Kernan. "

Dr. Straumanis has served as Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Medical Affairs at UM Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute since November 2010. Prior to joining UM Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute, he was the Medical Director of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Dr. Straumanis received his medical degree from the Louisiana State University School of Medicine in Shreveport, completed his pediatric residency at the Medical University of South Carolina, and a pediatric critical care medicine fellowship at The Children's Hospital/University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He is a fellow of both the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Society of Critical Care Medicine, a diplomat of the American Board of Pediatrics and Subboard of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, a former president of the Baltimore Society of Critical Care Medicine chapter, and involved nationally in pediatric and critical care leadership.

 
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Walter E. Egerton, M.D.

Walter E. Egerton, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
UMMC Midtown Campus

"Although the U.S. Army sent me to Maryland as an adult, I arrived with fond childhood memories of visiting family in West Baltimore many years ago—and a real affection for the neighborhood where I now work. So, this opportunity to help lead University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus — and have a positive impact on the delivery of healthcare to the people of this community—has special meaning for me. For West Baltimorians, this is the hospital, and we are the medical professionals, they count on to help them deal with life's healthcare challenges. It's my mission to provide them with high-quality and compassionate care.

"I believe we are poised on the threshold an exciting future. Our very productive affiliation with University of Maryland Medical System and some exciting new amenities at our facility, including eight state-of-the-art operating suites, an 18-bed ICU, a post-anesthesia care unit, new dedicated endoscopy and cystoscopy suites, a new wound center and a new trainging center, will enable us to accomplish great things."

Dr. Egerton brings more than 25 years of experience in the delivery and management of healthcare to his current role. Most recently, he held the post of Physician Advisor for Care Management and Physician Director of Employee Health at St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore. Dr. Egerton has also served as Chief Medical Officer at Family Health Centers of Baltimore and Medical Director for Delmarva Foundation of the District of Columbia. During his tenure with the U.S. Army, he was Commander at Kirk U.S. Army Health Clinic at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland, and Deputy Commander for Clinical Services at Keller Army Community Hospital at West Point. Dr. Egerton received his M.D. from the University of North Carolina.

 
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William Huffner, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.E.P, F.A.C.H.E.

William Huffner, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.E.P, F.A.C.H.E.
Chief Medical Officer
UM Shore Regional Health

Dr. Huffner biography coming.

 
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Gail Cunningham, M.D.

Gail Cunningham, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center

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Trudy Hall, M.D.

Trudy Hall, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
University Specialty Hospital

"If you've never stopped to visit University Specialty, or to experience everything this fabulous facility has to offer patients...and staff...you have missed a lot. We're an integral part of the University of Maryland Medical System, and have a unique role in its mission of providing care for the State of Maryland—and beyond—and in its overall continuum of care. We complement our system's acute care facilities—the region's best at saving lives—with leading-edge resources that help maintain care and restore our patients to function.

"Physicians will find our facility's unique role in this continuum provides them with an opportunity for much deeper involvement—with patients, with physicians throughout our system, and with internal processes and initiatives such as care planning and staffing. They'll also find exceptional support: through a hospitalist model that ensures the high-quality care their patients need is always available; by improving transfer processes that ensure physician-to-physician dialogue; and by creating intensive nursing and physician protocols that promote safety and quality. And our location across from historic Inner Harbor puts you at the very heart of our vibrant city, and minutes from University of Maryland's many resources and opportunities.

"It's an exciting time to be a part of this facility, and this system, as we grow and evolve to meet the needs of our growing community. I believe University Specialty is the ideal place for physicians that want to take an active role in this growth."

Chief Medical Officer of University Specialty Hospital (USH), Dr. Trudy Hall has served as Medical Director of the facility's Brain Injury Program since 2000, and is currently the Chairman of Quality of Health Initiative for Maryland. She also serves as CEO/President for the Centers for Rehabilitation, Pain Management, and Wellness. Board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Hall received her Bachelor of Science degree from St. John's University in Jamaica, New York, with a Medical Degree and Internship from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and Cooper Hospital. Residency completion at JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute began an extensive career in physical medicine and brain injury. She was recognized as Brain Injury Association-Practitioner of the year in 2006, and received the Pioneer in Medicine Award, awarded by the Monumental City Medical Society, in 2009.

 
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Jonathan E. Gottlieb, M.D.

Jonathan E. Gottlieb, M.D.
Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
University of Maryland Medical Center

"When University of Maryland Medical Center offered me a chance to return to the city where I did my training 25 years earlier and help lead the amazing change and development happening every day across this organization, I knew it was an opportunity I couldn't pass up. Missions around education, research and patient care make this a very exciting environment for physicians. The hospital has grown in size and in capability, expanding the breadth and depth of programs in Cancer treatment, Cardiac Transplant and the Neurosciences. Growth initiatives—like the new Shock Trauma building complete with state-of-the-art simulation centers—will prepare us for the next generation of medical care. And the system as a whole is turning into a catalyst for physicians...a place where we can interact and share best practices and knowledge. This momentum makes today an exciting time to be a part of UMMC, and the ideal place for physicians who want to have a voice in how we move forward.

"Quality has long been a part of who we are at UMMC. Because of those that have gone before me, the hospital has earned Magnet status and a place on Leapfrog's Top Hospitals list for the past four years. That's a great starting point. I'm looking forward to taking it to next level by helping everyone see it as the focus of everything we do, and by holding ourselves to the highest standard. Our goal is to be the very best in the country."

Dr. Gottlieb, who began his tenure at University of Maryland Medical Center in 2009, brings more than 30 years of experience working in academic medical centers, including Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, where he was also CMO, and Norwalk Hospital, which is affiliated with Yale University. Prior to joining University of Maryland Medical Center, Dr. Gottlieb held several leadership positions, including Assistant Vice Chancellor of Clinical Affairs at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, as well as Associate Dean and Director of the Medical/Respiratory Intensive Care Unit at Jefferson University Hospital and Jefferson Medical College.

 
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Mark Raymond Dumais, M.D., F.A.C.P.

Mark Raymond Dumais, M.D., F.A.C.P.
VP and Chief Medical Officer
UM Charles Regional Medical Center

"A community hospital in the best sense, UM Charles Regional Medical Center is an integral part of daily life in the town of La Plata. Our physicians practice in a technologically sophisticated, modern facility and live in a friendly, interconnected small town. They have a unique opportunity to provide state-of-the-art medical care to patients who are also their neighbors. And, our relationship with University of Maryland Medical System allows us to access a wealth of intellectual capital, benefit from mentoring by corporate leadership and share best practices across the system. It's truly an exciting time to be a physician at UM Charles Regional Medical Center.

"UM Charles Regional Medical Center is an organization filled with potential—and finding more ways to realize that potential every day. In addition to expanding our facility and adding new technologies, we've recently improved our emergency room process to streamline care and reduce wait times for everyone by adding staff and 'fast-tracking' minor cases. With a constant eye toward improvement and innovation, I believe that the best is yet to come for Civista."

Dr. Dumais, who began his tenure with UM Charles Regional Medical Center in 2010, brings 15 years of experience to his new role. Most recently, Dr. Dumais applied his considerable skills as a Medical Hospitalist at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, Maryland. He also served as Vice President of Medical Affairs, Clinical Chief of Internal Medicine, Director of House Attending Physicians and Hospitalist Physician over a period of several years at Southern Maryland Hospital Center in Clinton, Maryland. In addition, he has experience caring for patients in a private-practice setting. Dr. Dumais received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School in 1994.

 
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Brian J. Browne, MD, FACEP

Brian J. Browne, MD, FACEP
Professor and Chair,
Department of Emergency Medicine,
University of Maryland School of Medicine,
Chief of Emergency Medicine,
University of Maryland Medical Center

“University of Maryland Emergency Medicine is unique. Of course, our position within the University of Maryland School of Medicine offers physicians enviable resources: our strong residency program, opportunities to teach and to develop research, and the clinical and educational opportunities that come with a world-class shock trauma center. Physicians are also drawn to our state to work with the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS)—the nation’s gold standard for prehospital emergency care.

“What makes our emergency medicine opportunity truly exciting is the marriage of a highly successful statewide network of emergency medicine facilities across our area with these resources. Whether you are looking for a faculty position in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine or are interested in working in a community practice, you are likely to find the right place in our network. We are proud of our spectrum of opportunities as we train the next generation of caregivers and continuously strive to find new ways of delivering better emergency care.”

Learn more about the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland.

Brian J. Browne, MD, FACEP, has been a leader in emergency medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center since 1985, when he was recruited to join a team of young physicians and asked to start an emergency medicine program. A native of Brooklyn, he received fellowship training in emergency medicine at Harvard Medical School and completed an internal medicine residency at St. Vincent’s Medical Center. Dr. Browne’s medical degree is from SUNY Downstate Medical Center, and his undergraduate degree in biology is from Syracuse University.

Dr. Browne has published more than 40 journal articles and book chapters. He is a popular speaker at professional forums in this country and abroad. In 2009, Dr. Browne received the Master Teacher of Emergency Medicine Award presented by SUNY Downstate. In 2010, he was named a Top Doc in Emergency Medicine by Baltimore Magazine.

 
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Upper Chesapeake Health VP of Medical Affairs J. Kevin Lynch, MD

J. Keith Lynch, M.D.
Vice President of
Medical Affairs
UM Upper Chesapeake Health

One of the first things you'll notice when you walk into either one of University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health hospitals is a definite culture. Both University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center and University of Maryland Harford Memorial Hospital are quality focused, patient centered and physician friendly places to work. There is a strong and uniquely effective working relationship between the medical staff leadership, administration and the board which has led to numerous physician driven initiatives such as the recent opening of the Kaufmann Cancer Center.

Our affiliation with University of Maryland Medical System has been a win-win for UM Upper Chesapeake Health, allowing us the benefits of being connected to a large academic institution while preserving the personalized patient-physician relationships and feel of a community hospital. The UCH UMMS relationship, which includes shared data and shared best practices, has also helped us to achieve excellent results in the areas of quality care and patient safety.

 

Hear from our leaders:

Walter H. Ettinger, M.D., M.B.A.

Walter H. Ettinger, M.D., M.B.A.
SVP, Chief Medical Officer
University of Maryland Medical System
(more)

Jonathan E. Gottlieb, M.D.

Jonathan E. Gottlieb, M.D.
Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
University of Maryland Medical Center (more)

Lawrence Linder, M.D.

Lawrence Linder, M.D.
SVP, Chief Medical Officer
UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center
(more)

Walter E. Egerton, M.D.

Walter E. Egerton, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
University of Maryland Medical Center - Midtown Campus (more)

Mark Raymond Dumais, M.D., F.A.C.P.

Mark Raymond Dumais, M.D., F.A.C.P.
VP, Chief Medical Officer
UM Charles Regional Medical Center (more)

Gail Cunningham, M.D.

Gail Cunningham, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
UM St. Joseph Medical Center

William Huffner, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.E.P, F.A.C.H.E.

William Huffner, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.E.P, F.A.C.H.E.
Chief Medical Officer
UM Shore Regional Health

John Straumanis, M.D., F.A.A.P., F.C.C.M.

John Straumanis, M.D., F.A.A.P., F.C.C.M.
Chief Medical Officer
UM Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute (more)

Glenn F. Robbins, M.D.

Brian J. Browne, MD, FACEP
Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine Chair,
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of Maryland School of Medicine
(more)

Mark Kelemen, M.D., MBA, MSc.

Mark Kelemen, M.D., MBA, MSc.
SVP, Chief Medical Informatics Officer
University of Maryland Medical System
(more)

Kevin Lynch, M.D.

J. Kevin Lynch, M.D.
VP, Medical Affairs
UM Upper Chesapeake Health
(more)