Health Services

  • UM Community Medical Group

    With more than 300 primary care physicians, specialists, and advanced practice providers at 75 locations, University of Maryland Community Medical Group provides quality, convenient care close to home.

  • UM Health Advantage Plan

    The University of Maryland Health Advantage (HMO and HMO-SNP) is a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plan that offers you greater value than Original Medicare, with lower out-of-pocket costs.
  • Urgent and Immediate Care

    The University of Maryland Medical System has many urgent and immediate care centers around Maryland that provide same-day care for conditions needed to be seen in 24 hours.

  • UM Quality Care Network

    The University of Maryland Quality Care Network (UMQCN) is designed to help health care providers practice medicine more effectively, focusing on population health management.

  • UM Cancer Network

    The University of Maryland Cancer Network is your doorway to something greater. Led by the University of Maryland Marlene & Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center, the UM Cancer Network provides the highest quality care available, delivered in a compassionate environment, close to home.

  • UM Diabetes Network

    The University of Maryland Diabetes Network has more than 150 experts in six locations with one mission: to stop diabetes. Our teams of endocrinologists, certified diabetes nurse educators and nutritionists help people take charge of their own physical health and emotional well-being. Our programs offer the latest available therapies, clinical trials and custom tailored care plans just for you.
  • UM Rehabilitation Network

    The University of Maryland Rehabilitation Network is a coordinated system of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation providers working together to help people recover from illness or injury, such as stroke, joint replacement or traumatic injury.
  • UM eCare

    Through telemedicine and tele-ICU services, the University of Maryland’s eCare program now provides a ''Virtual Safety Net' to ICU Patients in Nine Maryland Hospitals, expanding the possibilities for lifesaving care.