New medical facility is under construction in Cambridge

Submitted photos and renderings/UM SRH
This aerial view shows the site now under construction.

CAMBRIDGE — Construction of the “University of Maryland Shore Medical Campus at Cambridge” has begun on 9.23 acres in the Cambridge Marketplace on Ocean Gateway and Woods Road.
According to UM Shore Regional Health, the campus will house an 82,000 square-foot, two story building. The “Medical Center” located on the first floor will include:

• 24/7/365 Emergency Services
• 17 private emergency treatment rooms, all ages
• 2 resuscitation/critical care beds, designed to care for all ages
• 3 behavioral health assessment and treatment rooms
• Observation beds 24/7/365
• 6 private, short stay observation beds
• Telemedicine capabilities for ED specialist consultation
• State-of-the-art ancillary support services: lab, blood bank, imaging, care coordination

• Helipad adjacent to Emergency Department
• Other Center services: cardiac rehabilitation, infusion, intensive outpatient and Bridge program
The “Medical Pavilion” located on the second floor will include:
• Separate entrance; centralized registration for outpatient services
• Ambulatory Surgery Center comprising one operating room and one procedure room
• Cardiovascular Center with offices for cardiologists, EKG, Holter and event monitors, ultrasound and stress testing
• State-of-the-art Diagnostic Imaging Center that will provide various diagnostic modalities to meet patients’ needs, including 3D mammography, general radiology, ultrasound, CT and Mobile Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

• Outpatient Laboratory specimen collection area with private draw station
• Outpatient rehabilitation to include Speech, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy for pediatrics and adults; specialty services to include a Balance Center, Lymphedema specialist and Lee Silverman Voice Therapy Loud program for Parkinson’s patients

• University of Maryland Shore Medical Group Pediatrics
• Physician multispecialty suite with telemedicine capabilities to initially include surgery, pulmonology, neurology, diabetes/endocrinology, gastroenterology and women’s health.


As practices evolve, other specialties will be added:
• Community Education Room
• Home sleep-testing services