Impact2019-10-14T09:04:20-05:00

Making an Impact – Year in review:

Snapshot of Philanthropy in Action

Cancer LifeNet at the Kaufman Cancer Center

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An estimated 1,700 individuals (local cancer patients and their loved ones) benefited from services provided by Cancer LifeNet at the Kaufman Cancer Center.
snapshot
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unique classes, services and support group offerings hosted by CLN, provided free-of-charge for our neighbors, by our neighbors.

Senator Bob Hooper House

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RESIDENTS
received compassionate, end-of-life care at the Senator Bob Hooper House.
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(or 57%)

of the residents served at
the Senator Bob Hooper House received charity care.

This equated to

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NIGHTS
of care funded fully through philanthropy for our neighbors in need.

University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health

HARFORD CRISIS CENTER

first 3 months…

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CALLS RECEIVED
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dispatches were made – 54 individuals in crisis were diverted from UM UCH Emergency Department

24/7 WALK-IN SERVICES and CRISIS BEDS

are slated to open late spring 2019. The Harford Crisis Center, a public-private partnership, will be the first of its kind in the state of Maryland.

ICU

The department was recognized as the only hospital in the state of Maryland with the Gold Standard AACN Beacon Award for Excellence, and one of only 15 hospitals nationwide.

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NURSES

in UM Upper Chesapeake Health’s Intensive Care Unit are certified or recertified as Critical Care Registered Nurses and Progressive Care Certified Nurses.