Tomorrow, the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) is expected to make an announcement about its commitment to acquire Laurel Hospital and work closely with the community to design a modernization plan which will improve access to world class health care in our area. The idea will expand the hospital size bringing more staff in (which means jobs for locals) for which the Hospital will need new equipment like this cheap and Used C-Arm Machine for Sale allowing doctors and nurses to take better care of the patients which now will be more. In addition, if you want to train your medical staff in medical coding, then you may consider these Online CPC Classes for them.
Last year, the hospital announced that, after serving Prince George’s County since 1978, will be downsized into a walk-in outpatient medical center. This caused quite a bit of outcry from the community.
The UMMS, Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker, Laurel Mayor Craig A. Moe and other elected officials will hold a press conference tomorrow, Monday, July 18, 2016 at 12:00pm at the Laurel Municipal Center, located at 8103 Sandy Spring Rd. in Laurel, MD 20707.
The media and public should be in attendance so they can hear about the vision of the modernization of healthcare delivery at Laurel Regional Hospital, which may be stacked with hospital beds and plenty of other equipment for many health care centers, including veterinarian services, dentist clinic, pediatric consultation, urology center and many more all across the country. Unfortunately not every medical center will be able to receive this equipment, they will be sent out to those who have a high demand of patients and the ones who have the least amount of supplies. However, in the near future campaigns will be started to try and cover the remaining locations, find out how you can contribute and share the news! When you shop for an AED on https://aedadvantage.ca/shop/electrodes, you can rest assured that you’re doing your part to keep your employees, loved ones, or maybe even yourself, protected from the devastating effects of sudden cardiac arrest.
The public has been requested to assemble in the Council Chambers by 11:30am, so the live coverage can begin right at Noon. If you are unable to attend, please tune into Laurel TV for live coverage on Comcast 996(HD) and 71(SD); Verizon 12 or via live streaming at Laurel TV.org.
For more information, please contact the Director of Communications, Audrey Barnes, at 301-725-5300 ext. 2208.