Mission: As a proud member of medstar health, medstar union memorial hospital's (mumh) mission is to be a comprehensive hospital with regional specialty services of distinction and quality community services, all enhanced by clinical education and research. Mumh is an acute care hospital located in the north-central section of baltimore city, maryland. In fiscal year 2014, mumh had 12,811 inpatient admissions, 297,182 outpatient visits, and 59,007 emergency visits.
Programs: Medstar union memorial hospital's largest program is access to and the provision of acute hospital services to the communities of northern baltimore city, maryland and the surrounding areas. In addition to the program service expenses listed above, mumh incurred $50. 5m of management and general expenses in providing services to its communities. Mumh offers clinical services in general medicine and surgery, and specialty services in cardiac care, hand surgery, orthopaedics, sports medicine, vascular surgery, and rehabilitation. It is also known for the curtis national hand center, its heart institute, and orthopedics and sports medicine. Mumh's curtis national hand center is designated by the u. S. Congress as the national center for the treatment of the hand and upper extremity. Mumh has the unique distinction of having its own biomechanics research facility and surgical skills training lab. In addition, the hospital is recognized as an advanced primary stroke center and was recently awarded certification in joint replacement of the hip and knee as well as spine surgery by the joint commission. In 2014, the hospital increased primary care access by opening the adult medicine center at kirk avenue.
medstar union memorial hospital provided $17. 8m in health professions education in fiscal year 2014. This category includes training in graduate medical education, education for physicians, medical students, nurses, and other health professions.
medstar union memorial hospital provided $17. 6m in subsidized (mission driven) health services in fiscal year 2014. These critical services, which are driven by community needs, operate at a loss. They address priorities primarily through disease prevention and improvement of health status. Services provided include hospitalists, emergency room physician subsidies, outpatient renal services, and pediatric emergency room services.