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  • Licensed Beds: 73
  • Physicians: 302
  • Nursing Staff: 310
  • Employees: 1,144
  • Inpatient Admissions: 5,467
  • Outpatient Visits: 47,970*
  • Total Surgeries: 3,082*
  • Emergency Department Visits: 35,481
  • *Suspension of elective, non-emergent surgical and other outpatient services in March 2020 due to the pandemic.

    Operating Revenue: $156 million

    Recent Construction: $51 million project to build a new medical tower for private patient rooms and medical offices was completed in 2020.

    Behavioral Health Unit: $5.2-million renovation began in spring 2019. Once completed, the unit will contain two unique and separate areas for youth and adults.
Medical Staff Facts & Stats

A Rich Heritage of Dedication and Commitment to Excellence

For a century now, we have been determined to bring the highest quality of care to our community. It is a rich heritage of dedication and commitment to excellence that we continue to provide today.

  • 2003 – Adopted hospitalist medicine (first in Southern Maryland)
  • 2006 – Advanced cancer care with opening of regional radiation oncology center
  • 2009 – Implemented critical care telemedicine (first in state)
  • 2011 – Launched first community health information exchange in state
  • 2015 – Expanded and renovated diagnostic imaging department – serves as a showroom for General Electric (GE)
  • 2016 – Implemented new electronic health records system
  • 2016 – Launched a Mobile Health Center to remove barriers to access by traveling to underserved areas
  • 2017 – Rebranded as CalvertHealth to unite all our services throughout the county under one name
  • 2017 – Broke ground on $51 million-dollar renovation and expansion project to convert to private patient rooms

We’ve come a long way in the last 100 years. Growing from a two-story building in 1919 to an integrated health care system providing a wide network of coordinated care. Today, CalvertHealth is a top regional healthcare provider, widely respected as a leader of innovative medicine among community hospitals. From 1919 to 2019 one thing remains the same: we continue to be passionate about caring for our residents and making a difference in every life we touch.

Known for High-tech and High-touch Achievements

  • In the past five years, CH has spent more than $55 million to add cutting-edge technology, improve facilities and expand services, critical to attracting the best and the brightest to CH.
  • Significant renovation and expansion of the medical center’s diagnostic imaging department added $3.1 million state-of-the-art technology including new interventional cardiovascular and nuclear medicine suites.
  • Broad base of information technology – including bar coding, computerized physician order entry, electronic health records and online patient portal – to enhance quality care, improve patient safety and promote better care coordination.
  • Critical care telemedicine system has contributed to lower mortality and readmission rates. This life-saving technology allows intensive care physicians and veteran critical care nurses at a remote location to monitor crucial indicators such as blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen levels, respiratory rate and lab results for early warning signs and to intervene proactively when needed.
  • The CH Breast Center offers state-of-the-art imaging systems like digital mammography, stereotactic biopsy, breast MRI and ultrasound. 3D mammography can detect even the subtlest signs of early cancer.
  • Implementation of smart IV pumps throughout the facility, coupled with bar coding and electronic prescribing, places CH at the forefront of medication safety in the state.
  • Computerized tracking system, digital radiography and PACS (Picture Archiving Communications System) in the Emergency Department enhances efficiency while improving coordination of care.
  • Garnered Health Quality Innovator Award for 2017 for CH collaborative approach to reduce opioid addiction and prevent opioid-related deaths in our community.
  • Recognized as a leader in airway safety initiatives by American Association of Respiratory Care.
  • Received the American Heart Association’s highest honor for outstanding stroke care, the Gold Plus Achievement Award, for the seventh year in a row.
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