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Coronavirus/COVID-19

To assist hospitals and their employees, MHA has compiled key material and resources from several sources here in one place. Be sure to check back as MHA will regularly update this site based on new information and circumstances.

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Maryland Hospitals: Safe. Ready. Waiting.

Maryland hospitals, health systems, and outpatient clinics remain safe places to seek care—even during the state’s response to COVID-19. Maryland hospitals’ No. 1 priority has been, and continues to be, the safety of patients, employees, and visitors. Hospitals statewide continue to deliver safe, effective, patient-centered care during the public health emergency. Hospitals are Safe. Ready. Waiting. to care for Marylanders.

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  • Improving Health for Black Mothers

    April 12, 2021
    During Black Maternal Health Week, we are reminded of the unacceptable—and largely preventable—disparities that exist for Black women. Maryland’s maternal mortality rate of 24.8 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births (measured 2013-2017) ranks our state 22nd in the U.S. The rate for Black Marylanders is roughly four times higher.
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Workplace Violence Prevention

Maryland’s hospitals are committed to preventing workplace violence, promoting a culture of safety, and maintaining a safe healing environment for patients, staff, and visitors.

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