UMSON in the Community
UMSON is committed to aligning and collaborating with individuals and organizations to fulfill mutually beneficial goals and outcomes.
Our strategic partnerships are win-win relationships based on a mutual agreement for the exchange of money, resources, expertise, and/or access for the purpose of collaboration to meet shared individual and/or organizational goals.
Governor's Wellmobile Program
Our Wellmobiles provide primary health care to uninsured and underserved residents across Central Maryland while serving as interprofessional clinical education sites.Learn More
The UMNursing partnership between the University of Maryland Medical Center and UMSON promotes innovative opportunities for research, practice, and education to optimize health care outcomes.Learn More
Interprofessional Care Transitions Clinic
The University of Maryland schools of nursing, law, pharmacy, and social work are working together to broaden health care services to 3,800 underserved residents in Prince George’s County.Learn More
For more than 30 years, UMSON has had a partnership with this agency serving homeless and low-income individuals in West Baltimore; approximately 75 UMB students gain real-world interprofessional experience here each year.Learn More
Home and Community Based Health Care Symposium
Each year, UMSON and Maxim Healthcare Services hosts this symposium designed to inform health care system stakeholders on emerging forces and developments within home- and community-based care.Learn More
UMSON faculty and students work with residents of the McCollough Homes, a housing project in West Baltimore's Upton/Druid Hill community, to help parents and children better manage their health.Learn More