Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND MEDICAL CENTER

22 SOUTH GREENE STREET, BALTIMORE, MD 21201
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About UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND MEDICAL CENTER

22 SOUTH GREENE STREET
BALTIMORE, MD 21201

An academic medical institution providing comprehensive care for the West Baltimore community and tertiary care for Maryland. Includes Medical Center, Hospital for ...

University Of Maryland Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Baltimore City County, MD.

University Of Maryland Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

University Of Maryland Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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Reviews

On the one hand, many, even most of the doctors are excellent. Some are world-renowned. Maryland is excellent in certain specialties. Nurses and other health professionals are also very good. But administrative staff usually stink. You find a competent one every so often, but this exceptional person is probably swamped doing the work of 10 of the surly, rude, incompetent folks who are the norm. As well, the bureaucracy of the place is a nightmare. Could use a thorough process re-engineering. For inpatients, the food is horrible. I'm pretty sure someone's ne'er-do-well nephew got the contract and is laughing all the way to the bank as his company prepares inedible meals for people who are supposed to be healing. I'd give a 4 1/2 or 5 to the doctors, a 3.5 for nursing and other health professional staff, a 0.5 for administrative staff, and a negative number for the food. (a month ago)

My 9yr old cousin was rushed to this hospital two days ago (all the way from Colombia) in an ambulance after suffering a seizure. The pediatric neurologist was called & did not come down to see him. No blood tests were run on him, no brain scan was done. All they did was check his limb reflexes & checked his eyes. They did not provide any type of medicine & gave him discharge papers with information on where to go. He could've had another seizure on the way home & we would not have had any way of helping him. This hospital needs to be sued for malpractice!! How dare you treat a child this way after suffering a major medical emergency like this for the first time! (4 months ago)

Sadly I’m a student at the University of Maryland Dental School and even as “one of their own” I couldn’t get proper care at the ER. It’s a travesty. I had immense pain from kidney stones, and instead of seeing me immediately, the “triage,” if you can even call it that, continued to bring back patients in a seemingly random order. Triage is supposed to sort out what patients need care first, not to wait until patients pass out in the waiting area like I was about to after an hour and thirty minutes. When I was finally seen, the nurse practicioner gave me morphine, after I told her that this hasn’t helped me in the past with kidney stone pain. I then had the displeasure of remaining in the same amount of pain as how I had arrived for hours on end. I was then left in the sonogram imaging area, literally alone by myself, and the tech told me no one was available to push me back. Meanwhile I’ve had no adequate pain management for over 2 and a half hours. I screamed in the hallway for 20 minutes before someone finally brought me back. Before I was discharged, I had to ask the nurse several times to work on the discharge papers so I could finally leave. Thankfully my parents showed up to finally bring me home. I’m sure there are talented doctors in the facility, and some of them I even know personally, but the emergency room experience I had was hellish and a nightmare, and I’m embarrassed to be affiliated with the center in any way. (3 months ago)

Great people (there are some bad apples). I was in shock trauma for a week and they patched me up pretty good and most people were compassionate and professional. (a month ago)

Went there feeling soooo baddd & left the same waaaay😕💯.& the doctors are very rude (in the last week)

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