Where to Go in an Emergency
The University of Maryland Medical Center's new emergency facility, located at the corner of Penn and Lombard Streets, contains the most advanced technology available in an emergency setting. It also offers multidisciplinary care across the entire medical spectrum.
For the more than 60,000 patients who cross our threshold annually, the new, state-of-the-art Adult and Pediatric Emergency Departments include features designed to ease patient anxiety and promote privacy, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
To better serve patients and continue providing excellent care, the new emergency facility features expanded services and a centralized layout for treatment areas and nursing stations.
Separate adult, child and psychiatric emergency care are all co-located for patient care and comfort as well as staff efficiency.
The new emergency departments feature expanded registration and reception areas, a separate entrance for walk-in registration and valet parking. A central location for ambulance and emergency arrivals is also available to the new emergency departments and the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center.
The new emergency facility for adults and children is located in the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Building in the 600 block of West Lombard Street.
MTA buses #31 and #11 stop on Lombard Street, just past Penn Street.