The Center for a Healthy Maryland’s health promotion programs are dedicated to improving the health status of the citizens of Maryland.
The Center for a Healthy Maryland is proud to be a recipient of a grant from the Maryland Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. The goal of this project is to address the breast cancer screening needs of all patients and the continuing health and screening needs of breast cancer survivors.
Information and resources on topics including heart disease and stroke, hypertension, diabetes, overweight and obesity, nutrition and physical activity, and immunizations.
Founded in 1998, the mission of the Maryland Health Care Coalition Against Domestic Violence is to provide leadership within health care in promoting a proactive and effective response to intimate partner violence through screening, identification, education, intervention and treatment of domestic violence victims.
MedChi Disaster Preparedness Committee recommendations, physician actions and resources.
Information and resources on HIV/AIDS laws and best practices in Maryland.
The Center provides updated Maryland and worldwide statistics for seasonal influenza, in addition to information, resources and recommendations for physicians and the general public.
Programs provide training and consultation to identify high priority needs and assure the quality of care in the delivery of services to women, infants and children.
The Maryland Skin Cancer Prevention Program provides messages to reduce the incidence of skin cancer from overexposure to the sun and tanning beds by targeting the media, schools, child care centers, primary care physicians, and outdoor workers.