We are grateful for the support and incredible generosity of our community.
UM Upper Chesapeake Health remains committed to providing service and compassionate care to all who walk through our doors. Even as COVID-19 threatens the health of our community, our team of health care providers stands prepared to keep our patients and neighbors safe and protected. Regardless of the risks to themselves, our doctors, nurses, caregivers and staff continue their vocation of caring throughout this crisis, because together, we are called to serve.
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In July 2017, The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation launched Your Health, Our Mission: Caring for Our Families Together fundraising campaign, announcing a goal of raising $15 million in support of UM Upper Chesapeake Health’s community health care mission by June 30, 2020. We’re less than six months away.
Whether you choose to support neighbors and families in need with care provided at the Klein Family Harford Crisis Center, the Senator Bob Hooper House, or through the Cancer LifeNet program at the Patricia D. and M. Scot Kaufman Cancer Center, your gift will make a difference, right here in our community. This is friends and neighbors helping friends and neighbors.
Please make a gift, join your neighbors in support UM Upper Chesapeake Health’s vision of becoming the healthiest community in Maryland.
Two Goals, One Health Care Mission
for Our Community
Strengthen Our Services through
Integrated Programs and Technology
As part of the Kaufman Cancer Center, Cancer LifeNet connects patients with experts, support teams, and communities of survivors to create a holistic approach to treatment and care for patients and families who need it.
Senator Bob Hooper House
At the Hooper House, professionals with specialized expertise serve both residents and their families with a coordinated program of hospice care and support services, helping them through issues with end-of-life care.
Innovation & Technology
Establishing a Technology and Innovation Fund at UM UCH will ensure that we have state of the art technology, equipment, and tools to provide the best local programs to patients and families when they need it.
Reshape Behavioral Health Care
in Harford County
The Klein Family Harford Crisis Center
Through the The Klein Family Harford Crisis Center, UM UCH and its partners will move our community from a current state that lacks access to a future state of coordinated care which will make a difference, much like Cancer LifeNet does for so many.
Together we will pave the way for a
strong and healthy community.
Reported Last Year in Harford County
“We share a responsibility to provide
compassionate care close to home.”
– Albert J. A. Young, Esq, Chairman of Foundation Board
“You are never taller than when you are bending over to help someone else.”
– Senator Bob Hooper