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IN THIS ISSUE 6 It's a Team Effort Teams merge to provide even greater care at the UM Center for Diabetes & Endocrinology. 5 After a decade of serving as CEO of UMMC Midtown Campus, Sylvia Smith Johnson has retired. She left behind a legacy focused on improving the health and well-being of the West Baltimore community. Brian Bailey, senior vice president and executive director, hopes to continue that legacy as the new on-site leader for UMMC Midtown LIVING WELL WITH HIV Outpatient practice provides HIV pre- vention and treatment to West Baltimore. 10 SERIOUS CARE FOR KIDS University of Maryland Children's Hospital specializes in treating children who are critically and chronically ill. 14 Campus. Jeffrey A. Rivest is president and CEO of both campuses of the University of Maryland Medical Center. Having held several chief financial officer, Bailey is no stranger to the hospital, and neither is his passion for serving the West Baltimore community. Q D E PA R T M E N TS A HEALTHY START AT A GLANCE You've been at UMMC Midtown Campus for nearly 20 years. Tell us about your first day. I remember being excited to have the opportunity to help strengthen the hospital, improve on its operational deficiencies, and appreciated its mission of providing quality care to the local community. West Baltimore Wound Healing Center at UMMC walk and work again. Brian G. Bailey, Senior Vice President, Executive Director, UMMC Midtown Campus positions at UMMC Midtown Campus over the past 18 years, including BACK ON HIS FEET Midtown Campus helps Baltimore man 3 13 NEW LEADERSHIP AT UMMC MIDTOWN CAMPUS residents really rely on us. Q What exciting things are ahead for UMMC Midtown Campus? Our outpatient center will break ground this spring. The center will function as a medical community to educate and help with preventive healthcare as well as episodic healthcare to our patients. It's not just about treating them when they're sick, but keeping our community healthy. STAY CONNECTED WITH UMMC MIDTOWN CAMPUS AT UMM.EDU/MIDTOWN President/Chief Executive Offi cer Jeffrey A. Rivest Director, Marketing & Communications Denise P. Marino, MA Designed by McMurry/TMG, LLC 2 MARYLAND'S HEALTH MATTERS WE WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU Please send us your comments, requests for more information or change of address to; or University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus, c/o Marketing, 827 Linden Ave., Baltimore, MD 21201; or call 410-225-8000. Maryland's Health Matters is published by the Marketing and Communications office at University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus. This publication is not intended to provide professional medical advice. It is to provide general health and wellness information.  To find out more, http://www.UMM.EDU/MIDTOWN

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Maryland's Health Matters - Midtown - Spring 2014

Maryland's Health Matters - Midtown - Spring 2014
In This Issue
A Healthy Start
Living Well with HIV
It's a Team Effort
At A Glance
Serious Care For Kids

Maryland's Health Matters - Midtown - Spring 2014