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Harford County is a predominantly rural community of approximately 250,000 people. Situated between Baltimore and Philadelphia, it's managed to combine smart development with acres of natural farmland, rolling hills and historic neighborhoods, making it the kind of community where people want to raise their families. Harford County, a community proud of its rural values, excellent schools and healthy lifestyle, depends on University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health (UM UCH), a community-based, not-for-profit health organization, to provide the highest quality healthcare.
University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health
Harford County's Leading Healthcare
The only thing growing faster than Harford County
is UM UCH. As the leading healthcare provider in Harford
County, UM UCH had led the way in innovation and care.
Inpatient, outpatient, and emergency room visits have grown at a steady
pace each year and with that growth has come continued expansion of
services. Today, we offer a two-hospital system with more than 2,700
physicians and healthcare professionals who are dedicated to delivering
the most progressive care to the people of northeastern Maryland. That
dedication is demonstrated by UM UCH's broad
range of health care services, technology, and facilities, as well
as its work within the communities to serve as a resource and champion
for health education.
UM UCH's Proximity
to neighboring cities:
- New York: 165 miles/3hour drive
- Philadelphia: 75 miles/1.5 hour drive
- Harrisburg: 80 miles/1.5 hour drive
- Wilmington: 40 miles/60 minute drive
- Baltimore: 20 miles/30 minute drive
- Annapolis: 50 miles/60 minute drive
- Washington, DC: 60 miles/60 minute drive
- Richmond: 140 miles/3 hour drive
Exploring Harford County
Harford County offers a wealth of opportunities for exploration and
entertainment. Scenic parks, world-class golf courses, state-of-art sports
complexes, unique shopping and dining options provide a superior quality
of life for residents. The community boasts:
- 140 miles of shoreline
- 6,850 acres of Protected Open Space
- 6,626 acres of State Parkland
Harford County was recently named one of the "Best
Places to Live in Maryland" by Baltimore Magazine. Your family
can also benefit from all that Harford County has to offer:
neighborhoods and excellent schools
- Moderate tax structure
- Convenient access to major cities and cultural amenities
- Very low crime rate
- Outstanding four-season recreational activities
- Pleasant commuting in a non-congested area
The Harford County Public School System is one
of the fastest growing in the state and one of its most successful.
students have consistently scored above state and national averages in
all standardized test results. The school system's enrollment
increase has been fueled by a booming residential development. Located
along the I-95 corridor midway between the Baltimore and Wilmington/Philadelphia
metropolitan centers, Harford County's moderate tax structure,
access to transportation, and progressive government have been attractive
to business and commercial development as well.
- www.harfordmd.com Explore
Harford County where there is something for everyone to love!
- www.co.ha.md.us Welcome to the official Harford
County, Maryland Government site.
- www.hcps.org Discover information for parents,
students and the community about Harford County Public Schools on their
- www.harfordcountykids.com Harford County Kids
website mirrors the monthly publication for families living and working
in Harford county.
If setting down roots in a growing community hospital system, within
an expanding community sounds appealing to you, call for more information
and to schedule a tour.
Medical Recruitment Specialist
Medical Recruitment Specialist
Physician Recruitment Opportunities
UM UCH has a nondiscrimination policy
(click here to review).
For more information on the following opportunities
Lisa Kaminski 410-398-2968 or email email@example.com.
For additional information on the opportunities listed
Marian Whitlock 410-398-0258 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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