MedStar Health, Inc. provides healthcare services through its hospitals, urgent care and ambulatory care facilities, and physician offices. Its services include anesthesiology, bariatrics, and burn center; and breast, cervical, colorectal, endocrine, esophageal, gastrointestinal, gynecologic, head and neck, hematologic, liver, lung, ovarian, pancreatic, peritoneal, prostate, skin, stomach, thoracic, thyroid, urologic, and uterine and endometrial cancer services, as well as lymphoma, neurologic oncology, orthopedic oncology, and pediatric hematology and oncology services. The company also provides colon and rectal surgery, community education and family wellness, dermatology, diabetes, emerge...
5565 Sterrett Place
Columbia, MD 21044
Founded in 1854
MedStar Health, Inc. to Lay Off 74 Employees in Baltimore Hospitals
Dec 3 13
MedStar Health Inc. notified the state that it is laying off 74 employees at three of its Baltimore hospitals. The company said that 19 employees would lose their jobs at MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital; another 29 at MedStar Harbor Hospital; and 26 employees at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital. The health system also told the state that it was laying off 24 employees at its MedStar Montgomery Medical Center in Olney.
MedStar Health Announces New Board Leadership
Nov 1 13
MedStar Health announced new governance leadership as part of its normal governance cycle. Two current Board members, with the unanimous support of the MedStar Health Board of Directors, will take on new leadership roles: William (Bill) R. Roberts (formerly Chair-Elect) as Chairman and William J. Oetgen, Jr., MD, MBA, as Vice Chairman. William R. Roberts is presently president and chief executive officer of W.R. Roberts Company. He is the former president for Verizon Maryland and the District of Columbia, where he was responsible for all of the company's telephone operations in Maryland and Washington, D.C. William J. Oetgen, Jr., MD, MBA, is the executive vice president for Science, Education, and Quality at the American College of Cardiology. He is also a clinical professor of Medicine at the Georgetown University School of Medicine and has served as a professorial lecturer at the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business. He is co-editor of Governance for Health Care Providers: The Call to Leadership, a primer in non-profit governance issues for healthcare professionals, published in 2008. Mr. Roberts follows Edward S. Civera, who has served on the Board of Directors for eight years most recently as its Chairman, whose term has expired.