UMMS Survey Finds Many Marylanders Not Changing Thanksgiving Plans, But Still Plan To Get COVID-19 VaccineA new survey from the University of Maryland Medical System found that more than four in 10 Marylanders are unwilling to change their in-person Thanksgiving or other holiday plans but still plan to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
As Coronavirus Cases Surge Across The Country, Doctors Urge People To Prioritize Their Mental HealthWith the recent surge of COVID-19 cases across the country, there are concerns that the uncertainty of the virus could trigger a mental health crisis, even for people who have never faced those challenges.
'Thankful To God' | UMMS Announces Their 1,000th COVID-19 Patient Steve Nicewarner ReleasedThe University of Maryland Medical System announced it has released its 1,000th COVID-19 patient after a one-month stay at the hospital.
Coronavirus Latest: UMMS Announces Universal Masking Policy At All FacilitiesUMMS staff members are getting the appropriate masks to support the new policy, UMMS said in a press release Monday. 
Coronavirus Latest: UMMS Hiring For Dozens Of Positions In 'Emergency Staffing Pool'The University of Maryland Medical System is hiring for dozens of positions with its "Emergency Staffing Pool" amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Under Armour Making Masks, Face Shields For Baltimore Front Line Healthcare WorkersUnder Armour is hoping to help protect front line health care workers in Baltimore from coronavirus.
Coronavirus Latest: UMMS Provider Tests Positive For COVID-19UMMS said that when a provider tested positive for COVID-19, they took "immediate steps" to investigate their exposure. 
Coronavirus Latest: No Visitors Allowed Without Prior Approval At UMMS FacilitiesThe University of Maryland Medical System announced Thursday further updates to its visitor policy restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Coronavirus Latest: UMMS, LifeBridge Health, Johns Hopkins Postpone Elective SurgeriesThe policy will be reassessed weekly for the next two week period.
US Attorney Recommends Nearly 5-Year Sentence For Catherine Pugh In 'Healthy Holly' ScandalU.S. Attorney Robert Hur is recommending a nearly five-year prison sentence for former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh in the "Healthy Holly" scandal.
UMMS Working To Recover Remaining $400K It Spent On 'Healthy Holly' BooksThe University of Maryland Medical System has recovered $100,000 of the $500,000 it spent on former board member and Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's "Healthy Holly" books and is working to get the rest back, the board's chairman told lawmakers Thursday.