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Historic First Successful Transplant of Porcine Heart into Adult Human with Heart Disease

Historic First Successful Transplant of Porcine Heart into Adult Human with Heart Disease
University of Maryland School of Medicine faculty scientists and clinicians perform first-of-its-kind transplant at the University of Maryland Medical Center, patient's only option for survival after being deemed ineligible for traditional transplant.

D. Bruce Poole Named Chair of Board of Visitors of R Adams Crowley Shock Trauma Center

D. Bruce Poole Named Chair of Board of Visitors of R Adams Crowley Shock Trauma Center
D. Bruce Poole, Esq., has been appointed chair of the Board of Visitors of the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Poole assumes his new position Jan.1, 2022.

More than 140 UMMC Physicians Recognized As "Top Doctors"

More than 140 UMMC Physicians Recognized As "Top Doctors"
More than 300 physicians in 108 specialties and sub-specialties who provide care across University of Maryland Medical System hospitals have been recognized as "Top Doctors" in the November 2021 issue of Baltimore magazine.

UMMC Names New Chief Nursing Officer

UMMC Names New Chief Nursing Officer
Karen Doyle, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, has been named Senior Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at the University of Maryland Medical Center.

UMMC Midtown Opens New $70 Million Outpatient Tower

UMMC Midtown Opens New $70 Million Outpatient Tower
Located at the medical center's Midtown location, the Outpatient Tower will be the home of a premier academic medical team assembled to provide collaborative care under one roof for Marylanders with many health needs.

UMGCCC Earns Renewal of Highest Designation for Cancer Center Excellence

UMGCCC Earns Renewal of Highest Designation for Cancer Center Excellence
Prestigious distinction from National Cancer Institute places UMGCCC in the top echelon of cancer centers nationwide for scientific leadership and robust research programs.

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