UMMS COVID-19 Response Efforts

 

virusHelp us respond to the urgent needs of our patients, physicians, nurses and staff as we answer the call to COVID-19.

Please consider making a gift to support the UMMS COVID-19 Response Fund. 

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As our state and nation respond to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) is no doubt on the front lines of this health care challenge and will do what is necessary to care for our patients, our workforce, and our communities.

We have implemented strategic protocols in order to provide the best care possible for the people of Maryland and our nation. Our system-wide Incident Command Structure, led by Dr. David Marcozzi, has been hard at work and is well positioned to handle this public health crisis. We continue to commit resources to the critical work at hand; maximize our capacity to protect and care for patients and communities; expedite vaccine testing and development through the University of Maryland School of Medicine; and serve as a resource for the public and our partners in the state and federal government.

How You Can Help

This is a time for us all to pull together. Every day, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases rises throughout Maryland. The need for philanthropic support has reached a new level of importance and urgency.

If you would like to support our efforts, please consider a gift to the UMMS COVID-19 Response Fund, which benefits:

 

We are grateful for your unwavering support as we navigate this health care challenge. If you are seeking information on the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic, including the best measures to minimize transmission of the novel coronavirus, please consult the many COVID-19 resources available from the Centers for Disease Control Prevention and the University of Maryland Medical System.

 

Equipment Donations

UMMS is accepting donations of essential supplies for our frontline care providers, including protective equipment and sanitizing items. Please call us at 410-328-5770 for more information.

  • Unused N95 respirators
  • Unused disposable earloop surgical masks
  • Unopened packages of disposable gloves
  • Unopened containers of hospital-grade medical disinfecting wipes
  • Packaged, unused protective goggles