Maryland board approves UM healthcare campus proposal — 4 insights

University of Maryland Shore Regional Health will soon begin developing its 82,000-square-foot healthcare campus in Dorchester County after the state health board approved its proposal, the Dorchester Banner reports.

What you should know:

1. UM will replace its Dorchester County location with a freestanding medical facility and pavilion.

2. The campus will feature an 82,000-square-foot, two-story building.

3. A freestanding medical facility will take up the first floor, with a surgery center included among the second floor offerings.

4. UM's Easton, Md., facility will expand its bed count to accommodate the decreased bed count in Dorchester County.

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