Regional Medical Center
The new Regional Medical Center will be state-of-the-art. It is being constructed as part of a strategy to transform the county’s healthcare system into one which will support the improvement of the health of the residents of Prince George’s County and the Southern Maryland region.
The application for a Certificate of Need was approved by the Maryland Health Care Commission on Thursday, October 20, 2016. Design of the Regional Medical Center continues. The date of the groundbreaking will be announced at a later date.
The Regional Medical Center will be affiliated with the University of Maryland Medical System. It will be the first teaching hospital in Southern Maryland.
- Cardiac Surgery Center
- Comprehensive Regional Cancer Center
- Maryland Level II Trauma Center
- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
- Stroke and Neurocare Center
Health Care & Regional Medical Center Information
The Vision of County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III is for Prince George’s County to be a nationally recognized jurisdiction that will be a leader in the Washington Metropolitan Region because of its unique opportunity to provide a thriving economy, great schools, safe neighborhoods, and high quality healthcare. Since taking office, County Executive Baker has committed the county to addressing healthcare disparities and improving the healthcare delivery system and services for county residents. As a result of County Executive Baker’s leadership and vision, a new world-class, state-of-the-art Regional Medical Center is under development as a part of a strategy to transform the county’s healthcare system into an efficient, effective, and financially viable healthcare delivery system.
The Primary Healthcare Strategic Plan reflects the ongoing commitment of Prince George’s County to improving the healthcare system and the health of its residents. The plan focuses both on expanding access to patient-centered primary care that is part of an integrated care system and on building a culture of health within the county. In order to achieve the triple aim (improving health outcomes, reducing per capita costs, and improving patient experience) it will be necessary to improve coordination of care within and across systems.
The county must also continue to address the conditions that shape health in the environments where people live, work, and play. The Primary Healthcare Strategic Plan fully embraces these concepts of population health and is on the leading edge of healthcare reform in the United States. Once implemented, in collaboration with all partners and stakeholders, the Primary Healthcare Strategic Plan will reach its goals of expanding access and improving residents’ health while contributing to the county’s economic development.
January 28, 2017 Community Meeting Documents
Update on the Health Status of Prince Georges County January 2017
Update on the Primary Healthcare Strategic Plan January 2017
PGCRMC Construction and Facilities
PGCRMC Site Plan Medical Planning and Exterior Design
Behavioral & Mental Health Providers
Primary Healthcare Strategic Plan (PDF)