UMMC Midtown Campus Overview

Be a part of something greaterSince its founding more than 100 years ago as a teaching community hospital, the University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus — located in Baltimore’s cultural center near the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood — has provided access to a full range of medical and surgical care. In 2013, UMMC Midtown Campus (formerly known as Maryland General Hospital) adopted its new name and more closely aligned with the University of Maryland Medical Center — the flagship of the University of Maryland Medical System — to offer a greater number of on-site services in more than 30 medical specialties.

Major Centers

In 2014, the world-class University of Maryland Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology moved its regional practice to UMMC Midtown Campus. The Center is staffed by a team of board-certified endocrinologists, certified diabetes educators, and nutritionists offering the latest available therapies and education focusing on self-care to help patient maintain good quality of life. The Center also provides both adult and pediatric clinical trials in partnership with the University of Maryland School of Medicine. 

The Wound Healing Center is a state-of-the-art, hospital-based outpatient center specializing in the treatment of chronic wounds that have not responded to previous therapies. The Center offers four treatment rooms, two mono-place hyperbaric oxygen chambers and the newly expanded vascular lab, using the latest in advanced wound therapies.

The Vascular Center brings together a team of board-certified, University of Maryland School of Medicine faculty vascular experts and specialized nurse practitioners to evaluate, diagnose and treat a full range of vascular conditions. The Center is a major teaching site for both the accredited UMMC Vascular Surgery Residency program and the University of Maryland Baltimore County Vascular Ultrasound technology program.

University of Maryland Center for Infectious Diseases partners with The Institute of Human Virology, which is home to some of the most globally-recognized and world-renowned experts in the field of human virology, and the University of Maryland Medical System to diagnose and treat a range of complicated infectious diseases. The Center features three distinct programs that provide inpatient and outpatient services for patients with HIV/AIDS, infections in immunocompromised hosts including cancer, transplant and AIDS, Hepatitis B and C, severe hospital-acquired infections, meningitis and more.