The Center’s mission is to: advance the practice of medicine, enhance the quality of medical care, promote the health of the citizens of the State of Maryland, explore the history of medicine in Maryland, and preserve MedChi’s archives.
The Center’s programs include supporting the study of medicine and the diffusion of medical knowledge through the continuing medical education of physicians; providing programs to maintain the wellness of practicing physicians serving the public; preserving and learning from the past history of medical care in Maryland; educating the public about medical issues, and promoting public health programs. For more information, please read the Sprinig 2019 Newsletter.
The Center supports a range of educational and charitable activities throughout the year including the Maryland Maternal Mortality Review, the Maryland Physician Health Program and the Dan McDougal Fund, the Hunt Lectureship, History of Maryland Medicine, and the Maryland Physicians Leadership Institute.
The Center for a Healthy Maryland is governed by a Board of Trustees, bringing together leaders in medicine, business, faith, education and the community. They work in concert to achieve health goals, create public policy advocacy and disseminate information to benefit the citizens of Maryland.