A Message to Our Community

Renew, Rebuild and Reinvest

At the University of Maryland Medical Center, we strive to improve the health and well-being of those we serve throughout the city and across Maryland, taking services to where people live, work and go to school. During fiscal year 2016, the University of Maryland Medical Center’s University and Midtown campuses together provided a total of more than $251 million in services that benefit our community.

Together with our partners, we strengthened existing programs and embarked on new initiatives you can read about in the following pages. The Breathmobile, for example, provides primary care and education to children with asthma at their schools. The Bridge Program serves victims of intimate-partner violence long after they leave the hospital. The Maryland Healthy Men Program screens for and reduces cardiovascular risk for African-American men with incentives and classes. We provide workforce training and skills development to young people, conduct health fairs, teach new moms about prenatal and newborn health, and help people quit smoking, eat better and exercise. We continue our mission to address health disparities and remove barriers to health and wellness in the communities we serve.

On behalf of our staff — who are also engaged as individuals in their communities — we thank you for supporting the mission of the University of Maryland Medical Center and pledge our unwavering commitment to continuously rebuild, reinvest in and renew our communities with a focus on health equity. We look forward to working with new and existing partners dedicated to realizing a healthy future for our great city.


Mohan Suntha, MD, MBA
President and CEO
University of Maryland Medical Center,
University and Midtown Campuses


Brian Bailey
Senior Vice President and Executive Director
University of Maryland Medical Center,
Midtown Campus


Dana D. Farrakhan, FACHE
Senior Vice President, Strategy, Community and Business Development
University of Maryland Medical Center,
University Campus


Anne D. Williams, DNP, RN
Director, Community Health Improvement
University of Maryland Medical Center,
University and Midtown Campuses